January 2022    Academy Session

on   Climate Change



Climate Momentum After Glasgow


With:        Dan Esty,   EPA Alum, Association Member and   Professor   at Yale University

When:       Wednesday, January 26, 2022

4:00 - 5:15 PM Eastern

We will be breaking out into small group discussions after the Session so Members can continue the conversation and catch up with colleagues.



When Dan Esty worked at EPA, he helped establish the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change at the 1992 Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro.  He has remained active on climate change issues while teaching at Yale.  And this year, he attended the Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow.

We are fortunate that Dan will lead a discussion for the EPA Alumni Association on "Climate Momentum After Glasgow."   He will discuss the dynamics of the Glasgow Conference and the many forces of innovation around the globe that are aimed at a net zero carbon future.

Dan will be referring to the following materials in his presentation: 


1) He recently contributed to America's Zero Carbon Action Plan

2) He also recently wrote an article entitled "Red Lights to Green Lights."   

3) He has recently written or edited three books, and we have attached the descriptive flyers of those books.   The Labyrinth of Sustainability, Values at Work and A Better Planet - Forty Big Ideas for a Sustainable Future.

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You can send questions in advance to epaalumni@aol.com or put them in the chat function during the Zoom meeting. 

You can "attend" by computer (audio and video) or by phone (audio only).
You must register to attend (no charge). 

We will send you the Zoom Sign In information before the event.