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Swiss Nobel laureate Jacques Dubochet : Reversing global warming

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Ecole Internationale de Geneve, La Châtaigneraie

chemin de la ferme 2

1297 founex

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Professor Jacques Dubochet, winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 2017 and Emeritus Professor of biophysics at the University of Lausanne will give a talk on "Science-Based Solutions to Global Warming". His talk, which will be in English, will be followed by presentations and discussion about solutions and actions we can all take not just to slow down global warming, but to reverse it.

The climate change narrative is evolving from doom-and-gloom fatalism and silo "silver bullet" approaches to more positive integrated science-based climate action that we can all take. Project Drawdown, hailed as "the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reverse global warming" unites over 65 scientists who map, model and measure the 100 most substantive solutions to reverse global warming.

Come to our event to learn more about what they are, how they reverse global warming and how you can take action!

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The nearest train station is Coppet (10 mins. from Geneva and 40 minutes from Lausanne) and there are buses from the station and Divonne. The bus stops a few minutes walk from the school at Châtaigneriaz and Chavannes-de-B., Champs-Blancs bus stops. We recommend the Swiss railway app to plan your journey https://www.sbb.ch/en/timetable.html . An additional shuttle will be put on from Coppet train station, as required. There is parking available at the school. The event will be sign-posted.

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Ecole Internationale de Geneve, La Châtaigneraie

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