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In the second installment of the Beyond COP27 webinar series, expert panelists will examine the various ways in which scientific research can support a swift and just energy transition.
The GCSE Delegation is attending COP27 held in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt from November 06 to 18.
Held virtually October 18 and 19, 2022
Held virtually June 21 - 24, 2022
Amy Zimmer-Faust, GCSE Science Dialogues and research scientist at the Southern California Coastal Water Research Project (SCCWRP)
Dr. Anna Stewart Ibarra, Scientific Director of the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research
Mario Montes-Helu, Dean of Tohono O'odham Community College
Dr. Rita Colwell, noted microbiologist, Distinguished Professor, and Current Board Member for GCSE
GCSE Member Institutions are part of an international community of influential leaders across scientific and academic societies, government at all levels, and the private sector.
Engage with our growing global community through a variety of GCSE programs. Individuals and institutions can get involved in our programs that range from field-specific GCSE Communities of Practice, the NASA/GCSE Science as Actionable Knowledge pilot program, and more.