Lecture: Environmental Justice and Climate Change – April 9

The Gaylord Nelson Lecture Series presents Environmental Justice and Climate Change, a free public lecture by Michel Gelobter on Wednesday, April 9, at 7 p.m., in 121 Mosse Humanities Building, 455 N. Park St. Gelobter is founder and CEO of Cooler, Inc., an online, for-profit venture that enables consumers and retailers to buy and sell millions of everyday goods and services while offsetting their global warming impacts.

He is also the former Executive Director of Redefining Progress, a public policy think tank, and former Environmental Quality Director for the City of New York.

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Sponsored by the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies with support from the Holstrom-Kineke Environmental Studies Fund. Additional support provided by the Ho-Chunk Nation. Co-sponsored by the Environmental Studies Club, Net Impact,

La Follette School of Public Affairs, L&S Undergraduate Honors Program and University Lectures Committee.