Global Climate Change Talk at New Providence Library
Monday, October 1, 2012 • 12:00am
On Thursday, October 11 at 7PM, Dr. Philip Eisner will give a presentation at the New Providence Memorial Library entitled "Global Warming -- What it is, its expected impact, and how to stop it." Dr. Eisner will explain the science of Global Warming and talk about the outlook for the future as well as policies and technology needed to stop climate change.
Dr. Eisner gave this program at the July meeting of the Summit Old Guard and it was so well received and on such an important topic that it will be repeated at the library.
Dr. Philip Eisner has a BS in Physics from MIT and a PhD from NYU. He was VP of Dewey Space Physics Laboratory and founder of Exxon’s Applied Physics Laboratory.
New Providence Memorial Library is located at 377 Elkwood Avenue. The program is free and all are encouraged to attend.