Faculty Forum Online: Susan Solomon
Date Time Location
January 26th, 2021 3:00pm-4:00pm https://alumic.mit.edu/s/1314/17form/interior.aspx?sid=1314&gid=13&pgid=...

Join a live, interactive forum with Susan Solomon, Lee and Geraldine Martin Professor of Environmental Studies in the MIT Department of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences.

Solomon's talk, "Climate Change Science and Policy: Hope For Our Planet," will spotlight advancements made towards better climate policy in recent years. After the talk, Solomon will field questions from participants. Closed captioning will be available.

About Susan Solomon:

Susan Solomon is internationally recognized as a leader in atmospheric science, particularly for her insights in explaining the cause of the Antarctic ozone "hole". She and her colleagues have made important contributions to understanding chemistry/climate coupling, including leading research on the irreversibility of global warming linked to anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions, and on the influence of the ozone hole on the climate of the southern hemisphere. Her current focus is on issues relating to both atmospheric chemistry and climate change

Learn More:

3 Questions: Susan Solomon on plugging holes in ozone-layer and climate policies (EAPS News)

Susan Solomon earns Killian Award, MIT’s highest faculty honor (MIT News)

Emissions of several ozone-depleting chemicals are larger than expected (MIT News)