Environmental Breakfast Club
The Environmental Breakfast Club, now entering its 16th season, consists of more than 100 faculty and staff from all colleges at The University of Arizona, who share interests in natural resources and the environment. At a monthly session hosted by the College of Law, a speaker shares aspects of his or her current work. The sessions aim to appeal to those beyond the bounds of the speaker’s discipline.
This forum enhances communication across departments and colleges, which is a critical aspect of the interdisciplinary approach of the Environmental Law, Science & Policy program.
9 – 10 a.m.
College of Law Faculty Lounge, Room 237
Aug. 30, 2019
Xubin Zeng, Professor, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences; Agnese Nelms Haury Endowed Chair in Environment; Director, Climate Dynamics and Hydrometeorology Center
Topic: Snowpack change and its drivers over the lower 48 states
Nov. 15, 2019
Diana Liverman, Regents Professor, School of Geography and Development
Topic: Synergies and tradeoffs between climate policy and the Sustainable Development Goals
Feb. 7, 2020
Donald Falk, Professor and chair of the Global Ecology and Management Department, School of Natural Resources and the Environment
Topic: How forests are responding to climate change and wildfire
March 6, 2020
Justin Pidot, Professor of Law, Arizona Law
Topic: “Defending the Bears Ears National Monument”
April 3, 2020
Jennifer McIntosh, Professor and UA Distinguished Scholar, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
Topic: Competition for shrinking groundwater resources