ASP2021 Summer Symposium
Astronomers for Planet Earth:
Addressing Climate Change from an Astronomical Perspective
A Special Virtual Event, July 23, 2021
Join us for a day-long interactive symposium exploring how to harness the astronomical perspective to inspire change on an individual, institutional, and societal level — as we fight to protect our planet. Through a series of talks, panels, and workshops, participants will engage with ASP’s and Astronomers for Planet Earth’s global communities 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.
The Symposium kicks off on July 22, for a special evening public talk with Jill Tarter, co-founder of SETI. Symposium attendees only will then get to join Tarter for an exclusive meet-the-speaker hour.
Visit the ASP2021 Summer Symposium webpages for more information and registration.
Hosted by the Astronomical Society of the Pacific (ASP) in partnership with Astronomers for Planet Earth.