Climate Week - In Case You Missed It

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November 15, 2021

Nearly 35 Penn organizations collaborated to host Climate Week 2021, September 20-24. A mix of virtual and in-person activities were held in order to maintain social distancing, but also to make this important content available to a wider audience. A number of webinars and panels were recorded and can be viewed via the archive on the Climate Week at Penn website. These include:

All We Can Save keynote event — a dialogue with the co-editors of All We Can Save, a best-selling anthology of writings by 60 women at the forefront of the climate movement. https://climateweek.provost.upenn.edu/event/all-we-can-save-keynote-event

1.5 Minute Climate Lectures — eight short addresses given by faulty members to sound the alarm about the climate emergency, call for large-scale climate action, and share a vision of constructive and comprehensive response https://web.sas.upenn.edu/climate-1point5/video-archive/

Extreme Heat in Cities webinar — a session addressing the effects of heat in cities, and how it particularly affects the most vulnerable. https://climateweek.provost.upenn.edu/event/extreme-heat-cities-silent-killer

Connecting Penn Teaching and Research to the Climate Emergency: A Panel of Deans – Five deans discussed how the academic work of each of their schools contributes to climate change solutions, and how Penn’s schools can collaborate on developing transformative research and knowledge exchange. https://climateweek.provost.upenn.edu/event/connecting-penn-teaching-and-research-climate-emergency-panel-deans-1

More recordings are added to the website as they become available.