- Oct. 22, 2018
-- Biodiversity for a Livable Climate will be hosting Climate, Biodiversity, and Survival: Listening to the Voices of Nature on Nov 17 and 18, 2018. Through the review of fascinating scientific research, interactive workshops, and the reflection of every day experiences, this two-day conference will explore the intelligence of species across all kingdoms of life. Ultimately, such explorations bring a deeper understanding and appreciation of this remarkable planet Earth, and how important it is to protect its many creatures everywhere.
What might pan-species intelligence have to do with climate and biodiversity?
In viewing the Earth as a complex system, the discussions will highlight the cooperation among different species for survival - how they interact and function in order to create favorable conditions for life on earth, including addressing global warming and human survival.
Climate, Biodiversity, and Survival: Listening to the Voices of Nature will take place on Nov 17 (9am - 6pm) and Nov 18 (9am - 5pm) at Harvard University at the Geological Lecture Hall 24 Oxford Street, Cambridge 02138. More information at http://bio4climate.org/species-intelligence
*Biodiversity for a Livable Climate is not affiliated with Harvard University and this is not a Harvard program or event.