NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory and USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism present this event exploring climate change through the lenses of science, morality and public policy.
From the event website:
Scientists, communicators, faculty and students from across USC will approach climate preservation as the most extraordinary, exhilarating and challenging venture that our society has yet faced. JPL's scientists and their satellite visualizations will show us what is happening to the biosphere and why. USC researchers will show us what is under way at this campus.ClimatePalooza will feature three panel discussions as well as interactive exhibits and free food. RSVP here.
Photo by NASA.