Canada-United States Law Institute Conference; Severe Weather Readiness; Artists As Leaders

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The most recent federal climate assessment report found that climate change is already having an effect on many facets of life in the United States, and its territories.  But those effects don't stop at borders.  A conference in Cleveland will examine the impact of climate change  as it relates to people both here and across our northern border.  Spring has arrived. The change of season brings increased potential for severe weather. We'll discuss storm readiness with the National Weather Service.   Finally, Ideastream's arts and culture team discusses with us how artists can be incorporated into community leadership to spur problem solving. 


Stephen Petras, Jr., United States National Director, Canada-United States Law Institute, CWRU School of Law 
Chios Carmody, Canada National Director, Canada-United States Law Institute, The University of Western Ontario
Eugene Takle, Ph.D., Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Agronomy, Department of Geological and Atmospheric Science, Iowa State University  
Joseph Comartin, Consul General of Canada in Detroit  
Gary Garnet, Meteorologist in Charge, National Weather Service, Cleveland  
David C. Barnett, Reporter, Ideastream
Tracie Hall, Program Director, Culture, Joyce Foundation, Summit Organizer 

For More Information:

Canada-United States Law  Institute Conference details

Fourth National Climate Assessment Report

NWS Cleveland Severe Weather Awareness Week resources

Artist as Problem Solver conference details

Ohio Channel On-Demand Video

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