Announcing Climate Change Teach-In October 19, 2017

Climate Change Teach-In

You are invited! Join the UMass Lowell community on Thursday, October 19 from 4-6 p.m. in welcoming leading experts on responding to climate change at the annual Climate Change Teach-In "Building Communities for Climate Action.” The event will be held at UMass Lowell in Cumnock Hall auditorium on North Campus.

Join students, faculty and community members for an for an engaging and informative afternoon with interactive simulations led by UMass Lowell faculty and students, Carl Spector, Commissioner of the Environment for the City of Boston, and Vanessa Rule, a leader of the climate action movement. Hear from Chancellor Moloney, UMass Lowell students and others about what the university is doing, and what you can do, to address one of the greatest challenges facing humanity today. 

Arrive early to register and for raffle prizes, view research posters and exhibits, enjoy light refreshments. Registration is required. The Climate Change Teach-In will be live-streamed and archived for future viewing at

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The David Lustick Climate Change Teach-In is named in honor of our colleague and sustainability advocate, David Lustick. The event is sponsored by the Climate Change Initiative and the Office of Sustainability.