Welcome to the Princeton Association of New England - Evening on Climate Change in Boston


Evening on Climate Change in Boston
Led by Local Advocate Trained by Al Gore

For alumni wishing to sharpen their understanding of climate change, on December 12, expert Gary Farner will present on climate risk and discuss its relevance to greater Boston. He'll focus on 3 issues:  Do we have to change?  Can we change?  Do we have the will to change? 

Gary will also talk about renewable energy and the role it can play, and describe specific actions we can take to help support our environment for future generations.

Stanford graduate Gary is a locally-based climate advocate who was personally trained by Al Gore and his Climate Reality Project.  He will present an updated and abbreviated version of the material that Al Gore outlined in “An Inconvenient Truth” and “An Inconvenient Sequel."

Andrew Teras, municipal credit analyst from Breckinridge Capital Advisors, will also take part in the discussion.


Breckinridge Capital Advisors

125 High Street, Oliver Street Tower, Boston, MA

Use the after hours entrance on Oliver Street


6:30PM Networking, 7PM Presentation

Light refreshments served 

$5 for young alum, $15 for all others 

Space is limited to the first 40 people registered. 

Registration is required for the building security list.


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Event Information
Wednesday, Dec 12 2018 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm [ iCal ]
Breckinridge Capital Advisors
125 High Street
Boston, MA 02110

Look Who's Coming:
Pete Allen
Eamon Carrig
Brendan Connolly
Liz Costello
Karen Ford
Cal Hitzrot
Polly Hoppin
nick morgan
Charles Schuerhoff
Kaitlin Sennatt
Ted Steinberg
Bob Thomas
Jennifer Wheler
Paul Wilson
... a total of 15 guests.

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