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Hot: Living Through the Next Fifty Years on Earth

3/23/2011
6:00 - 7:30

Main Library

Koret Auditorium

100 Larkin St.

Healy Hamilton, the director of the Center for Applied Biodiversity Informatics at the California Academy of Sciences, talks with freelance science journalist Mark Hertsgaard about his latest book titled Hot: Living Through The Next 50 Years on Earth. In this conversation you will hear about how climate change is altering weather patterns around the world and how it will impact localized weather related events in unique and unexpected ways. Hertsgaard’s book takes an optimistic look at how we can adapt to the altered state of life that comes with climatic changes. Learn about how plants and animals, including humans, are already beginning to shift in response to the changing world around them.

Reservations: This is a free event held at the San Francisco Public Library – Main, located at 100 Larkin St. Seating is limited. Reserve a Space Online at the California Academy of Sciences or call 800-794-7576 to ensure your seat today. Book signing to follow.

Co-sponsored by The California Academy of Sciences and the Wallace Stegner Environmental Center. This is a Green Stacks Program.


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