It’s time we all breathed a bit easier, because nature. 


If you wish to attend Climate SALON this Friday, April 1st, you must reserve an eventbrite ticket

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Ice and the Sky Screening

A Bone-Chilling Tale

Ice and the Sky is a 2015 French documentary film about global warming, from Oscar-winning French director Luc Jacquet (March of the Penguins) and selected as the closing piece of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival. Thanks to our partnership with the French Embassy, the movie will be screened on Wednesday, April 6th from 5 – 7:30pm in White Hall 208 at Emory University.

Bring a jacket.


Climate Week is Here!

Welcome to the inaugural Climate Week at Emory!

Designed to increase climate literacy on campus and promote climate action, the week features an art exhibition, an Earth Festival, an environmental justice panel, a movie screening and discussion, and a special TEDxEmory SALON event to cap things off.

What will you leave behind?

In Fall 2015, Emory University sent their first delegation to the COP21 summit, representing different disciplines: the sciences, humanities, business and the social sciences. Climate change is an interdisciplinary problem that requires a multitude of backgrounds to understand and seek answers.

Our trip is an exploration of these many aspects of global warming. While in Paris, we logged our learning experience and discovery through blog posts, photographs, videos and social media. Now, it’s time to bring what we learned in Paris back to Emory.

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