MILES O’BRIEN:
What’s Up with Climate Change?
What the science says, what the media tells us, and what you need to know
April 16, 2019

Presentation, Q&A. Tickets are now available below and on our TICKETS page ($250 pesos). Tickets will be available in advance at Tienda Tesoros in the Biblioteca for $250 pesos and at the door for $300 pesos. This event is scheduled at 5:00 PM at La Casona Event Center. Informal reception to follow, with complimentary botanas and beverages available for purchase.

Miles O’Brien is a veteran journalist who focuses on science, technology and aerospace—and is an accomplished pilot and aviation enthusiast. Through his independent media production company, O’Brien has created content for PBS NewsHour, Nova, Frontline, CNN, the National Science Foundation, plus numerous other credits. His award-winning journalism has earned him six Emmys, a Peabody and a DuPont for his coverage of Hurricane Katrina. He lost his arm after being struck by a heavy equipment case while on assignment in 2014—coming back to compete in running marathons and ultra-long-distance bike races, and returning to the skies as an aviator.

Join us for what promises to be a fascinating and inspirational presentation!

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