Nature Talks 2019

Tuesday, December 3, 2019
10 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.

Lei Zhang Auditorium
Yale School of Management
165 Whitney Avenue
New Haven, CT

Why We Need to Change the Climate Conversation

Each year, Nature Talks brings together some of today’s most influential voices to discuss critical conservation issues. This year, with The New York Times’ Tom Friedman as our guest, we’ll examine how we can transform the conversation around climate change, from one that is partisan and polarized, to a dialog that inspires people with its vision of a clean energy future.

Keynote Speaker:
Thomas L. Friedman
Foreign Affairs Columnist, The New York Times
Author, Hot, Flat and Crowded

Featuring a panel of experts, including:
Lynn Scarlett
Vice President of Policy and Government Relations, The Nature Conservancy

Katie S. Dykes
Commissioner, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection 

Moderated by: 

John Dankosky
Executive Editor of the New England News Collaborative

Presented by:
The Nature Conservancy in Connecticut and Connecticut Public Radio

Questions? Contact Betsy Baron.

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