|December 7th, 2017||6:00pm-7:00pm||Boston Marriott, 50 Broadway, 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA|
Mike Bloomberg is the founder of Bloomberg L.P. and Bloomberg Philanthropies, United Nations secretary-general’s special envoy for cities and climate change, and three-term mayor of New York City. His new book, Climate of Hope, co-authored with former Sierra Club Executive Director Carl Pope, offers a bottom-up vision for how states, cities, regions, businesses, and organizations can confront the challenge of climate change.
Introduction by Robert B. Millard, Chair of the MIT Corporation | Moderated by Tenley Albright, Director of MIT Collaborative Initiatives
- Open to members of the MIT community with a valid MIT ID
- Registration required: Click here to register
- Doors open at 5:30pm and space is limited
This conversation is part of Together in Climate Action: Northeastern North America Policy summit, hosted by MIT. Attendance at the summit’s daytime sessions is by invitation only. To learn more about the summit, visit climatesummit.mit.edu. If you are already registered for the summit, you do not need to register separately for this event.