St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs Brings Climate Change Discussion to the Bay

Climate change was one of the many topics of the St. Petersburg Conference on World Affairs on Friday, with the seminar titled “Global Warming Will Give Us More Time On The Beach” allowing for an in-depth discussion of the risks of continued pollution, particularly in Florida. The discussion panel included Frank Alcock, an Associate Professor at New College of Florida, Mark Hambley, a former American ambassador to Qatar and Lebanon and Consul General in Egypt and Saudi Arabia, and Jennifer Rubiello, a field associate at Environment Florida. The session was moderated by Robert Noun, the adjunct professor at the University of Denver’s Strum College of Law.

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