Whether you call it global warming or climate change, there’s no doubt something is causing 100-year storms like Hurricane Sandy every few years. Top environmental scholars debate the issue in a special FREE program in New York City on Thursday, Nov. 29 at NYU.
Experts include representatives from the Wildlife Conservtion Society and the NYC Office of Long Term Planning and Sustainability. “Carbon, Climate Change & Natural Disasters: What Should We Learn from Sandy” is 7 p.m. at D’Agostino Hall at the NYU School of Law, 108 West Third Street, near Macdougal Street. There are no tickets or reserved seats, so get there in time to get a seat Event website