December 10, 2021

Climate Action

How can we be a part of the solution
Reid Hall | 4, rue de Chevreuse, 75006 Paris
Free and open to the public (pass sanitaire required)
After COP26, how can we be a part of the solution to climate change?

Fulbright France, Columbia Global Centers | Paris, and the Institute for Ideas and Imagination are delighted to invite you to take part in an interactive exchange of ideas around climate action.

this open conversation with our vibrant communities of alumni and experts, you
will gain new insights into the current state of global climate action and find
out what each of us can do today to ensure a greener tomorrow.

Conversations for a Changing World is an innovative format launched by to engage
their communities around timely topics and open the way for collaborations and

On vous fait confiance pour changer le monde !


event will open with a special performance by Marie Oppert

tuned for the full list of speakers.


Global Centers | Paris
is located at historic Reid Hall, which was gifted to
Columbia University in 1964. The Center, inaugurated in 2010, is part of
the network of
nine Global Centers established in Amman, Beijing, Istanbul, Mumbai, Nairobi,
Rio de Janeiro, Santiago, and Tunis. Engaging faculty, students, and alumni
across borders and disciplines, our Center partners with
regional and international institutions, creating a rich source of
cross-cultural dialogue.

we uphold and expand Reid Hall’s tradition of French-American cultural and
educational exchanges by hosting academic and research initiatives, as well as
public events such as workshops, conferences, film screenings, and artistic

The Fulbright program was founded in the United States in 1946 to
promote mutual understanding through international educational exchange. It is
the most prestigious educational grants program supported by the US government.
A French-American Fulbright Commission was launched in 1949. It is jointly
funded by the US Department of State and the French government. The Commission
has provided grants to over 20,000 students, scholars, teaching assistants and
professionals from France and the United States to study or conduct research in
the other country.

In compliance with French regulations, in order to enter Reid Hall, all guests must provide a pass sanitaire with proof of either full vaccination or a negative Covid test taken within the previous 24 hours. Thank you for your understanding.


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