Virtual seminars to address the science and values in climate risk management

October 05, 2020

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Science plays a crucial role in managing the risks associated with climate change, but so do the values held by communities, decision makers and researchers. The Science and Values in Climate Risk Management virtual seminar series will address the scientific and ethical sides of climate change research, policy analysis and the management of climate risks. The seminars take place at 4 p.m. on select Thursdays.

Registration for these free events is required. The seminar schedule is as follows:

The webinar series is hosted by the Rock Ethics Institute and the Center for Climate Risk Management. For more information, visit the Rock Ethics Institute’s events calendar or contact Casey Helgeson, assistant research professor, Earth and Environmental Systems Institute, at

Last Updated October 05, 2020