Join CCAE for Conversations on the Edge : Climate Change in Cambridge
An October 2018 report suggested we have only 12 years left to significantly reduce worldwide carbon emissions to have any chance of decelerating global warming. The climate crisis predictions include sea-level rise, increased natural disasters, economic disruption, public health emergencies, an exacerbated refugee crisis, and worsened conditions for all—but especially for the world’s most vulnerable populations.
Cambridge gets no pass—how will “our fair city” be transformed by climate change? What is the Greater Boston Area doing to prepare for the crises that are now inevitable and to prevent the worst outcomes for this city? How can we hold individuals, corporations, and governments responsible for ensuring a sustainable and environmentally-just future?
Barbara Moran | Senior Producing Editor, Environment, WBUR
John Bolduc | Environmental Planner, City of Cambridge
Jane Carbone | Director of Development, Homeowners Rehab, Inc.
Brian Goldberg | Assistant Director, MIT Office of Sustainability
Jane McAdam | Professor of Law, Director, Andrew & Renata Kaldor Centre for International Refugee Law, University of New South Wales