Green Street: A Review of Weather Hazards in a Changing Climatology

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Date: October 7, 2021
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom
Category: Special Event

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Earth’s climate continues to change. Our number one and two highest weather-related hazards claim more lives each season. In this online video conversation, AMS-certified meteorologist Lori Pinson will discuss heat and floods and the associated weather terminology that could save your life. Plus, does climate change have an impact on our hurricane season? What is ground-level ozone? Join us for a discussion of these weather concerns. This event will feature speaker Lori Pinson from Fox 2 News.

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Green Street: 

Green Street is Wayne State University’s main celebration of Sustainability in Higher Education.  

Hosted by the Office of Campus Sustainability, Green Street happens in October and it is a month of activities and curated conversations between disciplines and communities about environmental challenges, environmental science, environmental justice, the environmental humanities and more. 

This year's focus is on environmental justice and sustainability. Our program includes online talks by a local meteorologist, state of Michigan policy makers, scholars, panels and outdoor activities to raise awareness about environmental justice and sustainability. 

The events are open and free to the greater Detroit and Wayne State community.

October 2021