A Blossoming Problem

Presented with World Wildlife Fund and the National Cherry Blossom Festival

From the cherry trees of Washington to plankton in the worldв’s oceans, from seabirds in the Arctic to North Americaв’s migrating Monarch butterflies, climate change is disrupting the timing of natural events among plants and animals. A panel of experts will explore some of the changes that already have been observed and those that are projected — and the implications. The panel will be moderated byВ Nikhil Advani, aВ climate change adaptation expert atВ WWF, and will consist ofВ Elizabeth M Wolkovich, Assistant Professor of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University; andВ Richard B. Primack, Professor of Biology, Boston University.

The event is part of WWFв’s quarterly Fuller Science for Nature Seminar Series.

Reception follows panel discussion.

FREE. Registration required at worldwildlife.org/fullerfund.

World Wildlife Fund, D.C. Headquarters Conference Center, 1250 24th St., NW

(Metro: Dupont Circle/ Foggy Bottom-GWU)

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