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Lecture: Glaciers in Manhattan? Forests in Antarctica? Past Climate Change and What it Means for Us

A lecture by Stephen Pekar of Queens College.

This is part of the CUNY Climate Change Science Lecture Series and Exhibition on Governors Island.

CUNY is proud to present its second annual science lecture series and science exhibition on Governors Island. The exhibition will be open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays, starting June 2 and ending September 2. These events are part of a nation wide effort led by Focus the Nation, which will coordinate faculty and students at U.S. colleges, universities, and high schools to engage in a nationwide discussion centered around the theme of "Stabilizing the Climate in the 21st Century."

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