ASP2021 Summer Symposium
Addressing Climate Change from an Astronomical Perspective
July 23, 2021
A Virtual Meeting Hosted by the ASP in Partnership with Astronomers for Planet Earth (A4E)
Guest Plenaries and Speakers Include:
Jeffrey Bennett I Yvonne Cagle I Debra Fisher I Anthony Leiserowitz I Travis Rector
Topics of Interest:
Climate Science, Education, Communication, Policy, Activism, Advocacy, Impacts, and Institutional Change I Astronomical Perspective on Climate Change
Who is this Symposium for?
Astronomers/Scientists I Science Educators & Communicators I Astronomy Students
Climate Policy Advocates I Climate Activists I Amateur Astronomers
Join us for a day-long interactive symposium to explore the astronomical perspective as we fight to protect our planet. Through a series of talks, panels, and workshops, participants will engage with the global communities of the ASP and A4E to learn about causes, consequences, and solutions related to the climate crisis. You will come away with knowledge and tools to better communicate, educate, and advocate for solutions to climate change as well as inspire change on an individual, institutional, and societal level. Ticket includes a special public talk and exclusive symposium attendee-only discussion, the evening before the symposium, with Jill Tarter, founder of the SETI Institute.
Save on Advanced Registration fees through June 28, 8:59pm PT
Special Public Talk with Jill Tarter: Thursday July 22
Join us for a special evening with Guest Speaker, Jill Tarter, co-founder of the SETI Institute. This special webinar event is included with the Symposium registration and will also be open to the public with a suggested sliding scale donation. Symposium attendees will then get to join Tarter for an exclusive meet-the-speaker session.
The ASP is excited to be in partnership with Astronomers for Planet Earth for this special Summer Symposium.
Astronomers for Planet Earth is a grass-roots movement uniting astronomy students, educators, and scientists around the globe to share their astronomical perspective about the Earth and climate change with the public.
Learn more about this exciting new global organization.
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