Join the Arctic Initiative for a virtual panel Q&A on 14 June (14:00-15:00 EST) to learn more about the new Permafrost Pathways project from the project leaders at Woodwell Climate Research Center, the Arctic Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School, the Alaska Institute for Justice, and the Alaska Native Science Commission.
Launched in 2022, Permafrost Pathways brings together leading experts in climate science, policy action, and environmental justice to inform and develop adaptation and mitigation strategies to address permafrost thaw.
Following a brief overview of the project, attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions during an extended Q&A session with Susan Natali, Woodwell’s Arctic Program Director; Brendan Rogers, Associate Scientist at Woodwell; Fran Ulmer, Arctic Initiative Senior Fellow; Robin Bronen, Alaska Institute for Justice’s Executive Director; and Patricia Cochran, Alaska Native Science Commission’s Executive Director.
Attendance: This event is open to the public and hosted on Zoom. For those who cannot attend live, the seminar will be recorded and available to watch on this page.
Registration: RSVP here. Registration will remain open until the event begins.
Speakers and Presenters
- Susan Natali, Arctic Program Director, Woodwell Climate Research Center
- Brendan Rogers, Associate Scientist, Woodwell Climate Research Center
- Fran Ulmer, Senior Fellow, HKS Arctic Initiative
- Robin Bronen, Executive Director, Alaska Institute for Justice
- Patricia Cochran, Executive Director, Alaska Native Science Commission
Modified from the Harvard Kennedy School website