Dr. Mann is the Keynote Speaker at "Climate Science - The good - the bad and the wicked" sponsored by the Meadows Center of Texas State University

Thu September 07, 9:30 am

San Marcos, TX

Dr. Mann will be giving the keynote address at Climate Science - a climate intervention think tank sponsored by the Meadows Center of Texas State University.

Our Fragile Moment: How Lessons from Earth’s Past Can Help Us Survive the Climate Crisis

Michael Mann, Keynote Speaker, World-Renowned Author, Climate Scientist & Communicator

For the vast majority of its 4.54 billion years, Earth has proven it can manage just fine without human beings. Then came the first proto-humans. What was it that made this benevolent moment possible? Climate. But the conditions that allow humans to live on this earth are fragile, incredibly so. There’s a relatively narrow envelope of climate variability within which human civilization remains viable. And our survival depends on conditions remaining within that range. Dr Michael E. Mann, science communicator, book author and Presidential Distinguished Professor of Earth & Environmental Science at the University of Pennsylvania, will arm conference attendees with the knowledge necessary to appreciate the gravity of the unfolding wicked problem of the climate crisis, while emboldening them to act before it’s too late.