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Cafe Scientifique: Global Warming and Environmental Equality 3/18

Tuesday, March 18, 7 p.m.
Bryant-Lake Bowl, Uptown, $5–$10 (pay what you can)
Advance Tickets Available. Visit bryantlakebowl.com.
The environmental impacts of global warming are felt by communities worldwide—from droughts and floods that disrupt food systems to the rising sea levels that can displace entire populations. But will global warming disproportionately affect poorer, less developed nations and communities? How might discussions about global warming and political or economic development take this imbalance into account? Join local environmental justice advocates Cecilia Martinez and Shalini Gupta a discussion about global warming and environmental equality. Cosponsored by the Headwaters Foundation for Justice.

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