Weber ’13, Lichtash ’13 to host climate change conference at Wes

By Caroline MacNeille '16

[Evan Weber '13, Matthew Lichtash '13]As a part of ‘The Plan’ Evan Weber ’13 and Matthew Lichtash ’13 will return to campus for Climate Justice Conference of Solutions on April 12th. They will host a series of workshops, speakers and panels featuring some of the country’s leading climate change experts.

At Wesleyan, Evan and Matthew both double majored in environmental science and economics. Collaborating with a visiting professor Dr. Michael Dorsey, they came up with 'The Plan,' a five-step program "towards a stable climate and a clean energy future." The following is from their website:

This spring we're helping to convene a conference at Wesleyan University to move beyond the narrative of "doom-and-gloom" and start laying down the path to a clean energy future. We'll discuss the strategic, technological, and policy solutions to our energy crises and the better future we can build together—from environmental, labor, social justice, national security, and business perspectives—by taking action on climate change. This is an event you will not want to miss..

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