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Looking Ahead toward Paris: International Perspectives on National Commitments

Later this year, the world will focus its attention on Paris for the 2015 United National Climate Change Conference. In the meantime, countries are determining how they can mitigate the effects of climate change in their own jurisdictions, and how these actions can be used to demonstrate their commitment to a new climate agreement in Paris.  

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Climate Change and the Food-Water-Energy Nexus

An engaging discussion on the current food-water-energy nexus challenges in Asia and the expected climate change impacts and implications for regional resource management and security.  

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Monday, April 27, 2015

Film Screening and Panel Discussion on Climate Change

In honor of Earth Month, The Nature Conservancy is working with George Mason University on an event focused on climate change. There will be a screening of "Extreme Realities," which investigates the connection between weather, climate change, and national security. After the film, there will be a panel discussion, which will feature the Conservancy's own Director of International Government Relations, Andrew Deutz, the filmmakers Hal and Marilyn Weiner, and Andrew Light, a professor at the university as well as a Senior Adviser to the Special Envoy on Climate Change in the U.S. Department of State.

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