Sustainability and Resilience: Pedagogy to Policy – 15 March @ 6PM

IEEE CENTRAL COAST FREE EVENT – 15 March @ 6PM @ RUSTY’S PIZZA – Kristen Sneddon  Sustainability and Resilience: Pedagogy to Policy”

Location – Rusty’s Pizza, 5934 Calle Real, Goleta, CA 93117

6:00 PM – Complimentary Pizza, Salad, Beverage­

6:25 PM – Central Coast Status

6:30 PM – Kristen Sneddon Presents

Please join us for the 15 March 2023 IEEE Central Coast Event where Kristen Sneddon, will talk on climate change and what we can do about it. Personally, I don’t want what happened to Venus 700 million years ago to happen to Earth anytime soon!!

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 Sustainability and Resilience: Pedagogy to Policy

Abstract: “Scientific evidence for warming of the climate system is unequivocal.”

Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. We see the evidence of a rapidly changing world, but what can we actually do? This talk will focus on the intersection between science and policy in areas of Resilience and Sustainability. Over the past five years, the region has experienced historic heat, drought, fire, debris flows, floods, and even snow. Hear how the City of Santa Barbara is planning for a rapidly changing climate in terms of energy choices, water management, sea-level rise, diversion of organics, carbon neutrality, climate action, resilience planning, and climate justice.

Speaker’s bio: Kristen Sneddon is an Earth and Planetary Science Instructor at Santa Barbara City College where she teaches Environmental Geology and field courses. Kristen is also a Santa Barbara City Councilmember, serving as Chair of the Sustainability Council Committee, Council liaison to the Santa Barbara Water Commission, Vice-Chair of the Cachuma Operations and Management Board, and former Chair of the Santa Barbara Sea-level Rise Adaptation Plan Subcommittee. She earned her B.Sc. from UCLA in Applied Geophysics, her M.Sc. in Environmental Geophysics from Colorado School of Mines, and has published research with the USGS on GPR investigations of groundwater contamination. She lives with her husband, Chris, and their three children in Santa Barbara.