Fri, Mar 18|
Environmental DNA:Studying the fingerprints of the natural world' by Dr. Elisabeth Richardson from University of Alberta
Let's Talk On Climate Change. Lets Learn Together. Environmental DNA: Studying the fingerprints of the natural world' Dr. Elisabeth Richardson from University of Alberta.
Time & Location
Mar 18, 2022, 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. EDT
About the event
Climate Change : Doing Our Part ..
An Initiative by Astro STEM Labs in partnership with NPHIL Young Thinkers
What is this thing called "Climate Change"?
Why is it important?
Every country on every continent is currently affected by climate change. It is harming lives and destabilizing national economies, costing people, towns, and countries dearly today and even more in the future.
It is a problem that necessitates international coordination and cooperation.
We need to understand this phenomenon from the very basics and each one of us will have to act appropriately.
Here we introduce a series of speaker sessions that will give insights into the multitude of problems that we are facing, the aftermath of our actions, and the solutions that we have with us.
Join with us to come together, to stand together, and explore new and existing knowledge to bring out a better tomorrow!