This is a past event
Due to the chance of inclement weather, the Foster-Scholz luncheon originally scheduled for February 12 has been postponed until February 26. All other details - time, topic, location, etc. - remain the same.
Please join us for lunch and a talk on "Blanket Solutions or Patchwork Quilt? The Direction of Climate Policy in the United States," with Chris Koski, Associate Professor of Political Science and Environmental Studies.
American climate change policy is not simply what the federal government does or does not do, but is the aggregate of political decisions of 50 states and hundreds of localities. Professor Koski will discuss variations in climate responses across the states in terms of mitigation and adaptation as well as the challenges associated with a decentralized climate policy. Whether the country decides to speak with a single voice on climate issues or continues in harmony, challenges remain in curing the disease of climate change while also treating its symptoms.
Tuesday, February 26
Gray Lounge, Kaul Auditorium
Lunch: 11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. | Lecture: 12:15–1 p.m.
COST & REGISTRATION
$16 per person (includes lunch)
FOSTER-SCHOLZ CLUB MEMBERSHIP
If you attended Reed for at least one year and if your class year is 40 or more years ago (currently the classes of 1978 and earlier), or if you are honorary alumni or retired faculty, you are a member of the Foster-Scholz Club. You and your guests are invited to attend a variety of Foster-Scholz events throughout the year.
FOSTER-SCHOLZ STEERING COMMITTEE
Gay Walker ’69, chair
Ron Cease ’53
Ann Goetcheus ’65
Debbie Guyol ’68
Marni Henrickson ’68
Moshe Lenske ’50
Jim Morrison ’62
Bill Peck, emeritus professor
Bill Pryor ’63
Gloria Reich ’54
Barbara Shettler ’54
Harry Travis ’69
Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 11:30am to 1:00pm
Kaul Auditorium, Gray lounge
3203 Southeast Woodstock Boulevard, Portland, Oregon 97202-8199
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