Marshall Johnson Program

Marshall Johnson. November 10 | 6 p.m.

This event is made possible due to the support of the Swain Climate Policy Series, which mobilizes civic engagement to confront the climate crisis. Previous speakers in the series were former Vice President and climate activist Al Gore, and environmental scientist Katharine Hayhoe. 

6 p.m. Welcome by Humphrey School Dean Nisha Botchwey
6:05 - 6:45 p.m. Keynote by Marshall Johnson
6:45 - 7 p.m. Conversation with Marshall Johnson
7 p.m. Program concludes

Video of lecture will be made available on the Humphrey School's YouTube channel after the event.

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We are facing a climate crisis of epic proportions—one that threatens life on Earth as we know it. For people and birds to have any chance of adapting, the response needs to be no less massive. Audubon’s Survival by Degrees Climate Report revealed that 65% of North American bird species are at risk of extinction. To protect the birds we love, we must win on climate. At the heart of Audubon’s movement is a powerful coalition of people connected by conservation, climate, and the power of birds. Birds tell us – and we lead by learning, listening, and acting.