A lecture discussing climate change and global climate disruption will take place Tuesday, June 5, at The University of Toledo.
Dr. Andy Jorgensen, UT associate professor emeritus of chemistry, will present this lecture at 6 p.m. in the Driscoll Alumni Center Schmakel Room.He will provide background information about global climate disruption and the human dimension of the problem.
“Attendees will get an idea of the changes in the climate during recent years, as well as the reasons and consequences of these changes,” Jorgensen said. “The last part of the talk will be about what can be done to reduce the negative impacts of climate change.”
Actions that the community can take to combat and reduce climate change include reducing waste, recycling, and driving less, Jorgensen said.
He is a Senior Fellow at the National Council for Science and the Environment. He developed climate change curricular materials that have been featured in a web-based repository titled Climate Adaption Mitigation E-Learning with more than 300 resources. Both NASA and the Natural Science Foundation have provided grants in support of his climate research.
For his efforts to educate the public on climate change, Jorgensen was one of the 2017 recipients of UT’s Edith Rathbun Award for Outreach and Engagement.
Those who wish to attend the free, public discussion are asked to make reservations by Friday, June 1.
To register for the event, click here or call the Office of Alumni and Annual Engagement at 419.530.2586.