Thursday, April 18, 12 – 1 pm

Join Penn Alumni and the Morris Arboretum & Gardens

for an engaging virtual discussion about how a warming climate could determine the fate of our ecosystem and its millions of interconnected species.

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What are environmental leaders doing today to better prepare plant and wildlife species for changing climate conditions? While weather events we have all recently experienced may not feel normal in 2024, current climate models show that they could be normalized sooner than we think. How we respond to these climate challenges can shape ecosystems and the fate of the species that inhabit them. This moderated panel discussion brings together forward-thinking experts from the University of Pennsylvania and beyond to shed light on strategies to foster resiliency among our native trees, birds, and mammals.
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Morris Arboretum & Gardens | 100 E. Northwestern Ave.Philadelphia, PA 19118