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Welcome to the fifth annual celebration of Climate Action Day!  We are excited about what’s in store for us this year and we are grateful for your engagement with the day.

All students are required to register for and attend Climate Action Day on Friday, April 26. You must register for the Opening Assembly Keynote Address AND either one (1) all day workshop OR two (2) short workshops: one Featured and one Student Choice.


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Friday, April 26
 

8:45am

10:29am

10:30am

Air pollution: A Grand Challenge for Human Health and Environmental Justice Assembly HallLIMITEDSumil Thakrar The Secret Lives of Icelandic Glaciers Goel Center for Theater and DanceLIMITEDDr. M. Jackson Beyond Straws: How Do We Move our Communities and Culture Away from Single-Use Plastic? Elting RoomFULLKeith Tharp Campus Heating Plant Tour Patio steps of Goel Center for Theater and DanceFULL Campus Waste Audit Entrance to Facilities Management, directly across from the New Parking Garage entrance.FULL Creating Long-Term Value and Outperformance through Impact Investing, with PEA Alumnus Peter Grubstein Library CommonsFULLPeter Grubstein '73 Eating for the Climate: Experimenting with plant-Forward Diets Phillips Church BasementFULLEmmett Shell '18 • Heidi Dumont • Amy Schwartz Exeter Conservation Commission Environmental Service EPAC Commons for TransportationFULL In Business to Save Our Home Planet Round Room, 2nd Floor of Music BuildingLIMITEDStefan Bergill In Plain Sight: Exeter Meyer Auditorium, Basement of the Academy BuildingFULLEvan Anderman '83 It’s Electric! (Your city’s new public bus, that is.) Hahn Room, 2nd Floor of New Field HouseFULLKate Tomford '95 Ocean Plastics and Hampton Beach Clean Up Parking Lot behind St. Anthony's Bakery for TransportationFULLKatie Pelon Oyster Reef Restoration at UNH Jackson Estuarine Laboratory EPAC Commons for TransportationFULLRay Grizzle • Krystin Ward • Chris Peter Passing Climate Policy and Adopting Large-Scale Solutions at the State and Local Levels: Staying Resilient Against the Skeptics and Against all Odds Grainger AuditoriumFULLSusan Jones '82 Playing with Climate Change: Using Games, Poetry, and Art to Imagine a Better World Sinha Room, Phelps Science CenterFULLStephen Siperstein RedBikes Rollout! Meet by the TrackFULL Science Journalism in the Age of Climate Change Latin Study, 2nd Floor Academy BuildingFULLLynne Peeples The Sun: 4.5 Billion Years to Run: The Path to an All Electric Future Seabrooke Room, Elm St. DHallFULLChris Case '74 Water Quality at Exeter and Beyond with Mindi Messmer and the GULL Class Forum, 3rd Floor EPACFULLPaul Roy • Tegan DeGenova • Mindi Messmer Winning a Carbon Price with Our Climate Modern Language Dept. Room, Phillips Hall, 4th FloorLIMITEDEben Bein

1:30pm

Air pollution: A Grand Challenge for Human Health and Environmental Justice Assembly HallLIMITEDSumil Thakrar The Secret Lives of Icelandic Glaciers Goel Center for Theater and DanceFULLDr. M. Jackson Beyond Straws: How Do We Move our Communities and Culture Away from Single-Use Plastic? Elting RoomFULLKeith Tharp Campus Heating Plant Tour Patio steps of Goel Center for Theater and DanceFULL Campus Waste Audit Entrance to Facilities Management, directly across from the New Parking Garage entrance.FULL Climate Change and Invasive Species at Great Bay Discovery Center EPAC Commons for TransportationFULLMelissa Brogle Creating Long-Term Value and Outperformance through Impact Investing, with PEA Alumnus Peter Grubstein Library CommonsFULLPeter Grubstein '73 Eating for the Climate: Experimenting with plant-Forward Diets Phillips Church BasementFULLEmmett Shell '18 • Heidi Dumont • Amy Schwartz In Business to Save Our Home Planet Round Room, 2nd Floor of Music BuildingFULLStefan Bergill It’s Electric! (Your city’s new public bus, that is.) Hahn Room, Second floor New Field HouseFULLKate Tomford '95 Ocean Plastics and Hampton Beach Clean Up Parking Lot behind St. Anthony's Bakery for TransportationFULLKatie Pelon Passing Climate Policy and Adopting Large-Scale Solutions at the State and Local Levels: Staying Resilient Against the Skeptics and Against all Odds Grainger AuditoriumFULLSusan Jones '82 Playing with Climate Change: Using Games, Poetry, and Art to Imagine a Better World Sinha Room, Phelps Science CenterFULLStephen Siperstein RedBikes Rollout! Meet by the TrackFULL Science Journalism in the Age of Climate Change Latin Study, 2nd Floor Academy BuildingFULLLynne Peeples The Sun: 4.5 Billion Years to Run: The Path to an All Electric Future Seabrooke Room, Elm St. DHallFULLChris Case '74 Water Quality at Exeter and Beyond with Mindi Messmer and the GULL Class Forum, 3rd Floor EPACFULLPaul Roy • Tegan DeGenova • Mindi Messmer Winning a Carbon Price with Our Climate Modern Language Dept. Room, Phillips Hall, 4th FloorFULLEben Bein [E]MISSION[S]: CRITICAL Lamont GalleryFULLEvan Anderman '83 • Lucinda Bliss • Tom Hall • Jim Sardonis '69