Global Climate Change Conference To Explore Science And Ethics

September 17, 1998

Washington, DC -- September 17, 1998 -- The roles of science, religion, and economics in developing policies on global climate change will be explored by scientific, religious, and corporate leaders at a two-day conference. The conference, sponsored by the AAAS Program on Dialogue Between Science and Religion, will outline the scientific evidence regarding global climate change and opportunities to respond to ethical, religious, and economic challenges. The panelists will also review the Kyoto Protocol and its political prospects.

EVENT:
AAAS Dialogue on Climate Change


WHEN:
October 1-2, 1998


WHERE:
AAAS Auditorium
1200 New York Ave., NW, Washington, DC
Metro Station: MetroCenter (red, orange or blue lines)


Conference participants will include:
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Editor's Note: Reporters must register to attend the conference by contacting Dave Amber (202-326-6434, damber@aaas.org) or Ellen Cooper (202-326-6431, ecooper@aaas.org).

For Meeting Agenda: click here.
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American Association for the Advancement of Science

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