A conference about climate change is coming to Notre Dame’s campus next month and the public is invited to attend.
Climate Change and the Common Good will be at McKenna Hall from April 8-10.
Organizers call it a “multidisciplinary exploration of the challenges and opportunities society faces in addressing climate change and resource scarcity.”
Jessica Baron from the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values says it isn't just about science.
"We certainly need the scientists there, so they will definitely be a part of it, but we've also got theologians and ethicists and national security experts as well as journalists," Baron said.
To learn more about the conference, click on the Big Red Bar Registration is due by April 4. You can also follow it on Facebook or Twitter (from @ClimateND) if you can’t make it.