RSA New York: Climate, Copenhagen and Consequences

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February 24, 2010, 6 p.m., 92Y Tribeca, 200 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10013

Nikhil Chandavarkar in conversation with David A. Andelman

An invitation-only event co-presented by the Royal Society for the Arts in the United States and the World Policy Journal

Nikhil Chandavarkar, FRSA, Secretary to UN-Water, offers his unique insights on the outcomes of the COP15 talks in a conversation with David A. Andelman, Editor of the World Policy Journal.

This special event brings together two thought-leaders to offer expert perspectives on the key issues coming out of the COP15 talks. What are prospects for an effective global climate change treaty? What was achieved and what is left to do? How can individuals, organizations, communities and countries play a part in what comes next?

This event is part of a series of programs on sustainability in which RSA-US connects ideas with action locally, nationally, and globally. We will try to address the struggles at each level to define scope, communicate in ways that can be relevant and easy to grasp, and empower people to see themselves as having the ability to make a difference. For more information on the RSA visit www.theRSA.org.

This event is made possible by the generous support of our speakers, partners and sponsors. RSA-US is grateful to the World Policy Journal and 92Y for their partnership.

To reserve a place, email LBroadbent@rsa-us.org. This event will fill quickly so early reservations are recommended. Priority will be given to RSA Fellows and their guests. A cash bar is available for informal discussion after the close of the program.

Suggested hashtag for Twitter users: #RsaNewYork

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