When: Wednesday, May 14, 2014, 1-3pm (Lunch available starting at 12:30pm)
Where: 425 3rd St. SW, Suite 1200, Washington DC 20024
Today the White House will announce the release of the Third National Climate Assessment. This report is already garneringnational and international press; climate change is one of the president’s primary areas of focus. What does the report say about climate change in the United States, and what do these findings mean for hungry and poor people in the United States and globally? Join with members of the faith, environmental, and anti-hunger communities to discuss how we can work together to provide adequate nutrition even as the climate is changing in ways that require new methods of growing, storing, and transporting food.
Invited panelists include:
- Katharine Hayhoe, one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People and author of A Climate for Change: Global Warming Facts for Faith-Based Decisions
- William Hohenstein, USDA Climate Change Program Office
- Lewis Ziska, USDA Agricultural Research Service
- Jan Ahlen, National Farmers Union
- Sam Myers, Harvard School of Public Health
- Margaret Wilder, University of Arizona
Please circulate this invitation among your networks, and RSVP by May 9 at www.bread.org/climate.
Questions? Contact Stacy Cloyd at firstname.lastname@example.org