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Date: Tuesday, March 28, 2023 | 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm EDT

Location:  Zoom (Virtual)
United States


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People experience climate change in disparate ways, and some are more vulnerable to its impacts. As climate change affects health, food supply, housing, work, and safety, over time the number of climate refugees is expected to rise. In response, Duke is researching ways to build resilience in the natural and human environments with equitable mitigation and adaptation in climate change efforts. Join our experts as they discuss using large datasets along with engineered and nature-based solutions to address the challenges of the moment.

Moderator:

  • Norman Wirzba, Gilbert T. Rowe Distinguished Professor of Christian Theology, Divinity School

Speakers:

  • Sarah Blodgett Bermeo, Associate Professor, Sanford School of Public Policy

  • Lee Miller '09, M.E.M.'12, Lecturing Fellow, Law School

  • AnnMarie Walton, Associate Professor, School of Nursing

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