Register now for the Nov. 22 Convo with Cantwell: 'COP26: What Happened and What it Means'

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Register now for the Nov. 22 Convo with Cantwell: 'COP26: What Happened and What it Means'

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November 15, 2021

Join the November Convo with Cantwell for a discussion on COP26 with three University of Arizona researchers who participated in the talks in Glasgow. Convo with Cantwell is a monthly "fireside chat" hosted by Elizabeth "Betsy" Cantwell, senior vice president research and innovation. 

WHAT: A monthly fireside chat
WHEN: Monday, November 22, 3 - 4 p.m. 
TOPIC: COP26: What Happened and What it Means

PANEL OF EXPERTS:

  • Andrew C. Comrie, professor and director, School of Geography, Development & Environment
  • Diane Thompson, assistant professor, College of Geosciences
  • Jennifer Verdolin, assistant professor of practice, School of Natural Resources and the Environment

Register here – a new registration is required

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