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7th Annual Northwest Climate Conference November 14 - 16, 2016


7th Annual Northwest Climate Conference
November 14 - 16, 2016


Join us in the Columbia River Gorge this November 14-16 for the 7th Annual Northwest Climate Conference. 

CCRG for 2016-2017

Dear CCRG Colleagues,

Welcome back to campus and the 2016-2017 year. I am on sabbatical through fall and winter term and so will not be running monthly seminars as usual. I do plan to organize the 6th annual UO Climate Change Research Symposium this year, most likely in late April. I will send out more details on that as it approaches but keep it in mind.

Climate Science, Chemtrails, and Clickbait, 10/13, 7 pm

Paul Ruscher, LCC’s dean of science (who has a strong climate research background), will give a presentation called Climate Science, Chemtrails, and Clickbait: A Meteorologist’s View of Pseudoscience. Details: Lane Downtown Center for Meeting and Learning, Thursday, October 13th, 2016, 7 pm. More on the event is available here.

Climate in Court: A Convening of Renowned Climate Experts (9/12, noon)

Hosted by University of Oregon Environmental & Natural Resources Law Center
Monday, September 12 at 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

Eugene City Council hearing on Climate Recovery Ordinance

From Matt McRae -- Ron

Interested Parties:
On Monday, July 25, 2016, the Eugene City Council will be holding a public hearing and taking action regarding the Climate Recovery Ordinance. Public testimony is encouraged. To review the proposed ordinance please visit the City of Eugene webpage here:

Climate change / environmental courses in Fall (or Winter) term

Colleagues -- a PhD student who will be working with Paul Slovic in Fall and Winter terms contacted me asking for courses on climate change and/or environmental issues/politics. Given that Paul has invited her for a visit, you can assume she is quite bright. If you have a course you think might fit, please email details to Sigrid directly at: Sigrid Møyner Hohle
Best for summer,

Dear Professor Ronald Mitchell,

Climate events: tonight and tomorrow

Don't miss either of these great events

Tonight (Monday, 4/25)!

Speaker: Andreas Malm (Lund University) on Fossil Capital

**Last CCRG speaker for this year!*

4/25 Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples Reception and Lecture

Dear Climate Change Research Group,

Climate change and infrastructure lecture - Wed, 4/20, 7pm

Next Wednesday, April 20th at 7:00 pm in Room 175 of the Knight Law Center, please join the Sustainable Cities Initiative, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Center, and Land, Air, Water for a panel presentation on "Greening Gray Infrastructure." Here is a short description of the event:


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