Fwd: MARCH 12 SIP OF SCIENCE REMINDER! RSVP FOR A COUPON!
From: Scott Jackson (sjackzen46gmail.com)
Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2014 11:55:43 -0700 (PDT)
Another reminder about A Sip of Science on Wednesday at 5:30 pm at the
Aster Cafe. I'll be there with Tom McSteen, the head of MN350 Leadership
Team; we'll be tabling about the Alberta Clipper pipeline and the April 3
rally and PUC contested hearing.

Scott Jackson
sjackzen46 [at] gmail.com


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*St. Paul, Minnesota Image from Metropolitan Design Center Image Bank. A
SIP OF SCIENCE* bridges the gap between science and culture in a setting
that bridges the gap between brain and belly.  Food, beer, and learning are
on the menu in a happy hour forum that puts science in context through
storytelling.

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*March Sip of Science - Climate Changed: Adapting to Change Now and in the
Future*
*Patrick Hamilton,  Science Museum of Minnesota*


*March 12th, 2014; 5:30 pm River Room, Aster Cafe, 125 SE Main St.
Minneapolis, Minnesota NEW: RSVP for Sip of Science and get $5 Summit Beer
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Temperatures are rising, dew points climbing, precipitation increasing and
extreme weather events growing in frequency.  Climate change is underway in
Minnesota, and with that comes many big questions.  What are the
implications of these changes and what are likely trends as we contemplate
the future?  What measures might we want to implement both individually and
collectively to enhance our resilience to climate change?  Is it possible
to adapt to climate change in ways that also enhance our quality of life,
lower greenhouse gas emissions, improve disaster recovery and advance our
economic competitiveness?  Join us as Pat Hamilton, Director of the Global
Change Initiative at the Science Museum of Minnesota, examines these
questions and provides some thoughts as we move forward into our 'climate
changed' future.


ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Patrick Hamilton is the Director of Global Change Initiative at the Science
Museum of Minnesota, a resident fellow of the University of Minnesota's
Institute on the Environment and a board member of District Energy St.
Paul.  Patrick has been producing environmental projects for the Museum for
29 years.  In recent years, these projects have included Water, an
international traveling exhibition developed with the American Museum of
Natural History; the Big Back Yard, the museum's outdoor environmental
science park; and Science House, the museum's net-zero energy building.
Patrick's current project is Future Earth - exhibits, films, programs, and
demonstration projects that explore the challenges and opportunities of
humanity as the dominant agent of global change.  Away from the museum,
Patrick and his wife J. like to kayak and grow organic, blue-ribbon-winning
plums, pears and peaches in St. Paul.




           
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