Cascadia Climate Action presents Climate Science Goes to Court
Featuring Andrea Rodgers, attorney for youth plaintiffs in landmark case Juliana v U.S.

Tue, May 21 at 6:30pm

  • Beer
  • Dinner
Online tickets sales have ended, but tickets may still be available at the door.

Cascadia Climate Action is bringing Climate Science on Tap to Columbia City's Royal Room for the first time with a fascinating presentation and moderated discussion on how science and concerned citizens can drive climate action in law and policy.  Attorney Andrea Rodgers with Our Children's Trust* will share her work on behalf of youth plaintiffs in the landmark case of Juliana v. U.S currently pending.  Also, Pete Erickson (invited), a scientist with the Stockholm Environment Institute,* who has provided foundational scientific evidence in support of the plaintiffs will share his experience in communicating climate science and the impact of global warming to decision-makers.  Moderator will be P. Sean McDonald, Ph.D, a lecturer with Program on the Environment and a researcher with the School of Aquatic and Fishery Science at the University of Washington.*  Come for the thought-provoking presentations and stay for the delicious beer and inspiring conversation!  To guarantee a good seat, please make your dinner reservation by emailing reservations@theroyalroomseattle.com

Please note: Tickets do not guarantee seating during shows at the Royal Room. For sold out shows standing room may be the only available space. Please come early to ensure you get a table. Reservations can be made for those who are coming for dinner as well as the show. The Royal Room is All Ages until 10pm.

Thanks to our friends at South Seattle Climate Action Network for their help and sponsorship of this event!

NoteCascadia Climate Action is a nonprofit under the fiscal sponsorship of CascadiaNow! a 501(c)(3) organization.

*Affiliations for identification purposes only.


Royal Room

5000 Rainier Ave S
Seattle, WA 998118

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