Climate Change: How to Think Globally & Act Locally

The Citizen Literacy Series: science-media-civic literacy for an informed, engaged public
Science for the Public, Belmont Media Center, and Belmont Public Library
February 12, 2018, Belmont Library, Belmont, MA

Dan Cziczo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Atmospheric Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Secondary Appointment: Civil and Environmental Engineering Cziczo Research Group

A discussion: how to be effective global citizens:

  • the most important things to know about climate change
  • the most effective ways to shape climate policy
  • the most effective actions to take individually

Selected awards

  • Victor P. Starr Career Development Chair (2013)
  • NASA Group Achievement Award, MACPEX Mission (2011)
  • NASA Group Achievement Awards: ARCTAS Mission, (2008
  • CRYSTAL Mission, (2002)
  • DOE Outstanding Performance Award, ISDAC Campaign (2008)