Too Hot to Handle? An Interactive Exploration of Climate Change Policy

Starting Date: 06-27-2006
Starting Time: 12:00pm

Koshland Science Museum
500 5th Street NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20001
United States
This is the second meeting in a science and tech policy summer series for interns and young professionals in Washington, DC. "Too Hot To Handle: An Interactive Exploration of Climate Change Policy" will feature a free guided, interactive tour for interns of the Koshland Science Museum's climate change exhibit. It will also feature a talk by Dr. Mark Loveland, Education Programs Coordinator at the Koshland Museum, about the scientific evidence behind climate change and how climate change science can be effectively communicated to the public. The event will take place between noon and 1:30, June 27. Please bring your own brown bag lunch. Seating is limited; RSVP as soon as possible to the email address above to reserve your spot. To learn more visit This event is sponsored by Student Pugwash USA, a nonprofit organization that strives to make socially responsible science the guiding focus of young scientistsí careers.
Geographical Scope: Local

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