Student Climate Change Conference

All High School Students Invited

Date: Sunday, April 23

Time: 1:00-5:30 p.m.

Location: Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association, Pennington, NJ

Organized by: Princeton Day School students in partnership with Princeton University Energy and Climate Scholars

Hosted by: Stony Brook Millstone Watershed Association

Cost: Free

Post-conference: Optional hike on the Watershed's 900 acres

All high school students are invited to join us for the Student Climate Change Conference.

Attend workshops by Princeton University Graduate Students and the Director of the Watershed, which will include:

Politics & Policy: The current state of climate change politics in the U.S. and the world, and policy options for addressing carbon emissions.

Water: How will the changing climate impact our water resources and what can we do to prepare ourselves?

Technical Solutions for Climate Change: What are the technologies currently available and on the horizon that can help solve the climate problem?

Food & Agriculture: What are the existing and potential future impacts of climate change on food production around the world?

Tour a highly energy and water efficient LEED platinum certified building.

Engage with students from other schools.

Create an action plan for your school and perhaps win a $500 grant for your project.

Tasty local food — FREE

Registration is Required