As part of Mana Contemporary’s upcoming exhibition Implied Scale: Confronting the Enormity of Climate Change, the organization will host a virtual panel on April 22 (Earth Day) at 2 p.m. ET. The panel will bring together local leaders, leading climate scientists, urban planners, and artists to discuss how working together, at the local level, can help to plan for, and address key, issues such as education of skeptical populations, resiliency measures, and response planning.
Moderated by Mana Group’s Chief of Staff Theodore Ward, the panel includes: Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop; Miami Mayor Francis Suarez; Artist Jeff Frost; Katharine Hayhoe, Climate Scientists and Professor of Political Science, Texas Tech; Bronson Johnson, Director of Infrastructure Delivery, Sidewalk Labs and Prof. John E. Fernández, Director of Environmental Solutions Initiative, MIT. Visit Mana Contemporary site for registration.
The virtual panel is complimentary and participants may register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/climate-scientists-culture-and-local-government-tickets-149348287749
Photo credit: Jeff Frost, 20150620 Lake Fire Rock Overlook 14 d810-3503, 2015.