2021 SMART Talks on Climate Change
From devastating natural disasters to a global pandemic, the effects of climate change continue to be more pressing, extreme, and far-reaching than ever before. Through offering them the opportunity to converse with top scholars an key policy-makers in the field, SMART Talks on Climate Change aims to endow leaders of the next generation with useful insights to tackle the problem. Join us, get prepared to lead for change.
Sterling Professor of Economics and Professor in the School of the Environment, Yale University Winner of Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences
Hillhouse Professor of Environmental Law and Policy, School of the Environment, Yale University Clinical Professor of Environmental Law & Policy, Yale Law School
Sara Shallenberger BrownProfessor of Meteorology, Yale School of Environment
Mary Evelyn Tucker
Senior Lecturer and Senior Research Scholar, Yale School of Environment
Senior Lecturer Emeritus in English and in Forestry and Environmental Studies, Yale University
Former Vice-Chairman and President of the China Investment Corporation
Yale World Fellow '04 Director, Institute of Public & Environmental Affairs
Assistant Professor of Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Systems, Yale School of Environment
Yale ’05, ’06 MEM Vice President, IHS Markit
Professor Adjunct of Biophysics and Biochemistry and Lecturer in English, Yale University Award-Winner New York Times Columnist
Director of Undergraduate Writing and Tutoring, Yale Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning
Chief Representative, Environmental Defense Fund's China Program
Combating climate change will require experts from around the world and across multiple fields working together to come up with creative solutions to a host of problems. Join scientists, engineers, philosophers, scholars, lawyers, policy experts, and economists as we look at the vast implications that climate change has for our world and how we can best work together to fight for a better future.
For years, the reality of climate change and its consequences have been clear not just to scientists, but to all of us dealing with the unpredictable ramifications of climate change. It's become apparent that new voices dealing with these issues don't just need to be driven by data and science, but they need to be emotionally appealing and drive us all to action. In these sessions, award-winning journalists, writers, and teachers will guide you as you shape your own persuasive arguments for combating climate change.
In this category, you will find some recommended reading materials from both Yale speakers and Caixin Global experts. These reading recommendations include news articles, books, videos, essays and websites, all linked to climate change.
Essay competition aims to spark thoughts and exchange of perspectives on possible strategies against climate change. Contribute your proposal and win the opportunity to join and speak as the Young Leaders' Representative at the annual Caixin Summit.
The language of the program will be English.
16-25 years old
English language proficiency for meaningful participation during discussions
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Through cooperation with a leading financial services platform — Caixin Insight — Caixin Global also provides policy analysis, industry monitoring, financial database services and more in-depth research and consulting services on China's economic policymaking and its financial markets. It organizes a series of high-level global events, including Caixin Roundtables and the Caixin Summit.