Robert F. Kennedy Jr. will appear Thursday, July 12 as a keynote speaker at the Serve to Preserve Florida Summit on Global Climate Change to be held at the Intercontinental Miami Hotel.
There will be three keynote speakers for the summit: California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Theodore Roosevelt IV. In addition, the summit will bring together other state, regional, national and international leaders in global climate change, as well as significant members of the business and environmental communities, to explore methods for advancing the global climate change agenda and for adopting specific climate action plans.
Agenda for the Florida Summit on Global Climate Change
Speakers and panelists at the summit will help participants understand the urgency of climate change and the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Topics of sessions include clean and renewable energy, energy efficiency and conservation, efficient transportation and land use, agriculture and forestry conservation and success stories relating to reducing carbon emissions.
About the Serve to Preserve Florida Summit on Global Climate Change
The summit will bring together policy makers, academics, scientists, environmentalists and the business community to discuss the impact of climate change in Florida. These experts will help develop best practices related to alternative fuels and emission standards. The group’s strongest recommendations will help shape procedures for state agencies and future legislation. Individuals and media interested in attending the summit can register at http://myfloridaclimate.com.
Kennedy’s keynote speech, as well as most of the summit’s events, will be part of a live webcast and archived sessions will be available to view after the event ends. Watch the video here: http://www.flgov.com/climate_summit.