Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Climate Change Disruption: How do we know? What can we do?


Climate Change Disruption:
How Do We Know? What Can We Do?
NORTHEAST LECTURE SERIES 2016
 led by Dr. Andy Jorgensen
Associate Professor of Chemistry and Environmental Sciences, University of Toledo
Senior Fellow, National Council for Science and the Environment.























The Northeastern Section of the American Chemical Society Public Relations Committee presents three events:


CAPE COD SCIENCE CAFE 


Friday evening June 17, 2016 7PM-9PM
Cape Cod Science Cafe hosted by Cape Cod Beer, Hyannis, MA. 
This 21+ event is the only one with beer! Cash bar. The public is invited.
 





CAPE COD CLIMATE SCIENCE CHAT and LEARN LECTURE
Monday evening June 20, 2016 6:00PM-7:30PM
Southeastern Massachusetts area NESACS members were invited to this special lecture hosted by the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History, Brewster, MA.






NESACS Members were invited to a private dinner at the Lost Dog prior to the event.



NESACS BOSTON LECTURE






With Suffolk University Professor John McCoy's Ethics students at the Northeast Climate Change Disruption Tour this evening.
Wednesday evening June 22, 2016 6:00PM-7:30PM NESACS members were invited to attend this Boston lecture and coffee hosted by Suffolk University, 73 Tremont St, Boston, MA. 




NESACS friends group dinner at Emmett's in Boston at the end of a successful tour!



Jennifer and Jack at the Cape Cod Broadcasting Media Radio station with Andy on the phone being interviewed about the Northeast Climate Disruption Tour



Cape Cod Community Media cable tv special featuring Climate Science! As part of his Northeast Climate Change Disruption Tour, Andy Jorgensen is being featured alongside a Cape Cod Commission representative, to discuss how climate disruption affects us here on Cape Cod. Here's the link to the interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXalJcAo0ws