Solve Climate by 2030: A Virtual Teach-In

On Tuesday, April 7, ASU will host one of 52 simultaneous state-by-state webinars as part of a virtual teach-in on climate solutions and justice presented by the Bard Center for Environmental Policy. Sustainability scientist Jennifer Richter will moderate a two-part conversation, first with Patrick Graham of The Nature Conservancy, Hank Courtwright of Salt River Project, and Gary Dirks of ASU; then with youth voices Brian Mecinas and Perla Sanchez of Arizona Youth Climate Strike, and ASU senior Sarah Lucia Barbey representing Local to Global Justice.

The Solve Climate event features webinars with varying start times by state. Faculty and teaching instructors are encouraged to make a class about climate by assigning students to watch their state’s webinar, then discuss it in the next class. Solve Climate offers teaching guides for discussion. International universities are welcome to participate.

Visit for more information. Register to attend the ASU event on our website.