Date: Tuesday, April 17, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Event: Rockville Science Center, Science Cafés
Where: Branded ’72 Pit Barbecue, 387 E Gude Dr, Rockville, MD 20850
Speaker: Danielle Meitiv
Topic: How you and I can change what we do to make a better county and world.
Last month oceanographer and climate scientist Danielle Meitiv joined us at Science Tuesday. This month she will join us at the Rockville Science Center Science Café. Mrs. Meitiv attended the University of Buffalo and then went east to the University of Rhode Island for a M.S. in Oceanography. From work on the impacts of black carbon on the ice-covered areas of the Arctic, Himalayas and Andes to inventorying plant species in Central Park, Danielle has formed a deep understanding of climate change.
She will share her perspective on what is happening and how you and I can change what we do to make a better county and world.
The Rockville Science Center Science Cafés are free and open to everyone. They feature a scientist engaging and leading discussions to encourage conversation, debate, and interaction.
Note: We are back at Branded ’72 Pit Barbecue, soon to be renamed Crossroads BBQ & Grill. The restaurant serves awesome BBQ, vegetarian dishes, and salads. Arrive early if you want to buy dinner or a drink and get a table.