2020 Climate Action Boot Camp

January 10, 2020

Learn the Basics and Mitigation & Resiliency Tools for Your Sector

To gain a basic knowledge of climate change definitions, impacts, future predictions, and relevancy to various sectors and regions of New Mexico. The workshop will detail relevant policies, communication strategies and provide real-world training on project mitigation, adaptation and resiliency execution. The workshop will include a plethora of expert speakers and facilitated networking with statewide leaders, and CEU, if applicable.

This training workshop will focus specifically on climate change impacts in New Mexico on the following sectors:

  • Public sectors (air, water, land & urban development)
  • Energy
  • Private sectors
  • Agriculture

Additional sectors will be included in future workshops

Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Location: New Mexico State University
Fabian Garcia Research Center
113 West University Avenue
Las Cruces, NM 88003

Registration: Online registration available! Please pay with credit card or P-Card.

Fee: $349

Includes: Registration fee, all materials, certificate, CEU credits, and a zero-waste lunch.

Deadline: Jan. 2 at 5 PM

Refunds: Requests must be received in writing to David DuBois at dwdubois@nmsu.edu by Jan. 2 at 5 PM.



Conference Speakers

dave dubois

Dave DuBois
State Climatologist for New Mexico, Director of the New Mexico Climate Center, and Associate College Professor at New Mexico State University
DuBois Bio

Gill Sorg

Gill Sorg
Las Cruces, NM, City Council Representative
Sorg Bio

Lara Seng

Laura Seng
Sodexo Regional Sustainability Coordinator | Workshop Sponsor
Seng Bio

Jalal Rastegary

Jalal Rastegary
NMSU Research Scientist | Renewable Energy, New Bio-energy, and the Sustainable Management of Integrated Water and Energy
Rastegary Bio

What Is Provided By The Workshop

Sodexo Inc. Workshop Sponsored Lunch

Sodexo is providing the workshop lunch at no cost to all participants.

Workshop Parking

Workshop participants can print out a no-cost E-Permit. Anyone with an E-Permit can park in any faculty, staff, or student lot but must avoid the red, yellow, or green curbs as well as the designated or reserved spaces.

Inclusive in the workshop fee, each participant will receive a copy of The Thinking Person's Guide to Climate Change book by Robert Henson.

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If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of an auxiliary aid or service, please contact David DuBois by 1/2/20 at dwdubois@nmsu.edu or 575-646-2974.

New Mexico State University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and educator. NMSU and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Cooperating.