Noah Diffenbaugh (’92) to Speak at UCSC Climate Change Lecture on May 1

The University of California, Santa Cruz Division of Physical & Biological Sciences and Division of Social Sciences invite the public to the seventh annual Confronting Climate Change public lecture series at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz. The upcoming event, “Confronting Climate Change: Food Security,” is planned for Friday, May 1 from 7:00-9:00pm. The event is free and will include guest speakers and a moderated panel discussion followed by concurrent conversations showcasing the breadth and depth of the research and opportunities for food security action that the UC Santa Cruz community is leading, guiding, and informing.

One of the guest speakers and panelists will be Mount Madonna School alumnus Noah Diffenbaugh (’92). Diffenbaugh is the Kara J. Foundation Professor and Kimmelman Family Senior Fellow at the Woods Institue for the Environment at Stanford University.

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