Human-Induced Climate Change: The Science and the Spin
Ken G. Sweat
- Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences
This presentation will focus on how climate change is happening now, how we can change our energy sources to reduce greenhouse gas production, and how those that deny a human cause of climate change have ‘spun’ the basic science.
Dr. Sweat has taught various biology courses at ASU West since the fall of 2000. His previous experience includes natural resource consulting, endangered species surveys, and has also been a business partner in an ecotour company.
Refreshments will be provided before the presentation at 5:30 p.m. at the north-side breezeway of the Life Sciences E-Wing building.
This event is hosted by the Central Arizona Chapter of the Society for Conservation Biology.
6:00 - 7:00 p.m.
(refreshments will be provided)
Arizona State University, Tempe campus