San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Fall's pleasant temperatures and picturesque landscapes undergird our desire to understand and appreciate our natural environment. Scientists and insurance professionals predict extreme climate changes in the coming century. Join IF University and Louisvillian Christian Thalacker for a class about climate change and the tools our community can create to foster a more secure, and less toxic, future.
FACILITATOR: Christian Thalacker currently serves as an Ambassador at the Climate Reality Project. Over the years, he's been head of procurement and community outreach at Kelley Green Biofuel, chief taste tester at Grasshoppers Distribution and editor of energy reports for the two largest commodity markeplaces in the world. He received post-graduate degrees in Economics in Japan and Business in Europe. If you see a Kentucky license plate "biodsl," honk!
IMPORTANT NOTE: This class is offered as part of the University of Louisville's Sustainability Week. The admission for this class is free to encourage student participation. Please use the registration link to register to ensure availability for this class. For more information about UofL Sustainability Week, click here.
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IF University is a new platform and ecosystem for creative thinkers, innovators, and curious minds to teach classes, attend classes and bring unexpected ideas to the forefront to build and support a culture of innovative thinking. Built on the “Stay Curious” premise of the annual IdeaFestival® in Louisville, IF University is designed to inspire new and novel thinking all year round by hosting classes and events on a wide variety of topics held in public venues. All IF University classes and events are non-credit learning experiences, with an emphasis on the intersections between varied topics and multiple disciplines. Ideas at Play, that's IF University.
IF University is a division of the IdeaFestival® , the non-profit organization dedicated to empowering individuals, businesses, organizations and communities to grow, change, and be relevant by constantly challenging their assumptions and affirming their intellectual courage.