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Fall 2018 Lecture Series

  • The Foster Art & Wilderness Foundation 940 Commercial St Palo Alto (map)

Eugene CorderoHow Education can Impact Long-term Carbon Emissions—One Burrito at a Time

 Eugene Cordero is a climate scientist and professor in the Department of Meteorology and Climate Science at San José State University. Eugene’s science research is focused on understanding the processes responsible for long-term changes in climate through the use of observations and atmospheric models. Eugene is also interested in the design of educational experiences that encourage social change in students to produce environmental benefits. Currently, Eugene is the founder and director of Green Ninja (www.greenninja.org), an enterprise that creates educational experiences to help students design a more sustainable world.

Reception and gallery walk-through at 6:30 pm

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Earlier Event: October 24
Fall 2018 Lecture Series