Rutgers Climate Institute Events

Upcoming Events: 

Webinar: Engaging uncommon commonalities and divergent hydroclimate realities-A geographic perspective from Peru & Ohio
24 Sep 2021 - 03:00PM

Friday, September 24, 2021. 3:00 pm. Engaging uncommon commonalities and divergent hydroclimate realities-A geographic perspective from Peru & Ohio. Bryan Mark, Ohio State. Sponsored by Rutgers Department of Geography, Rutgers Climate Institute, and Institute of Earth, Oceans and Atmospheric Sciences. More information. Flyer here.  Zoom link below. 

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https://rutgers.zoom.us/j/97038609170?pwd=aUtCQTljMkZDa09lTDF0Y3lrQjhQdz09

Climate Bridge: Challenges of Climate Change for Spatial and Environmental Planning – An International Dialogue
14 Oct 2021 - 09:00AM

Thursday October 14 and Friday October 15, 2021. Climate Bridge: Challenges of Climate Change for Spatial and Environmental Planning – An International Dialogue.

Two-day hybrid conference at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. A collaboration between the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany New York, The Rutgers Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability and the Rutgers Climate Institute. Conference Webpage. Conference Flyer

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The Transatlantic Climate Bridge (TCB) was initiated in 2008. As a network of various activities supported by Germany's Federal Foreign Office, Federal Ministry for the Environment and the foreign missions in North America, the TCB aims to stimulate and expand transatlantic exchange on climate and energy policy. Our Rutgers conference will focus on the comparison between New Jersey and the German Ruhr Region.

Climate Bridge: Challenges of Climate Change for Spatial and Environmental Planning – An International Dialogue
15 Oct 2021 - 09:00AM

Thursday October 14 and Friday October 15, 2021. Climate Bridge: Challenges of Climate Change for Spatial and Environmental Planning – An International Dialogue.

Two-day hybrid conference at Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. A collaboration between the Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany New York, The Rutgers Center for Urban Environmental Sustainability and the Rutgers Climate Institute. Conference Webpage. Conference Flyer

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The Transatlantic Climate Bridge (TCB) was initiated in 2008. As a network of various activities supported by Germany's Federal Foreign Office, Federal Ministry for the Environment and the foreign missions in North America, the TCB aims to stimulate and expand transatlantic exchange on climate and energy policy. Our Rutgers conference will focus on the comparison between New Jersey and the German Ruhr Region.