Addressing Climate Change in Montana and the Importance of New Partnerships Between Religious Leaders, Faith Communities, and Scientists
Who: Dr. Anne Carlson, The Wilderness Society
When: Wednesday, September 11; 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.
Where: Barnard Hall 126 (MSU Campus) or watch live at https://zoom.us/j/283795654
What: As part of the Institute on Ecosystems' Rough Cut Science seminar series, Dr. Anne Carlson will present "Addressing Climate Change in Montana and the Importance of New Partnerships Between Religious Leaders, Faith Communities, and Scientists" at noon on Wednesday, September 4 in 126 Barnard Hall. Anne Carlson is the Senior Climate Adaptation Specialist with The Wilderness Society, where she seeks to build resilience to the impacts of our changing climate in partnership with Montana’s tribal communities, religious leaders, agency staff, conservation partners, regional scientists, and the general public - all based on the best available science and at the scale of entire landscapes. Prior to joining The Wilderness Society in 2009, Anne spent 15 years developing research and conservation projects on numerous carnivore, elephant, primate, and antelope species across sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia with her colleagues at Cambridge University and the San Diego Zoo. She is a Fulbright Scholar and earned Master’s and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1995 and 2000, respectively.