UW professor speaks on greenhouse gases at McMenamins Anderson School

  • Monday, November 20, 2017 3:12pm
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A University of Bothell professor will speak on greenhouse gases and carbon footprints at the McMenamins Anderson School on Nov. 28.

Surya Pathak, associate professor in the School of Business at UW Bothell, will begin his pub night talk, entitled, “The Greenhouse Gas Mystery: Reducing the Global Carbon Footprint” at 7 p.m. and will follow it with a questions and answers period.

The event is free and open to all ages. Pathak will focus on how the carbon footprint of a product is measured and what society can do to reduce the global carbon footprint. for more information, visit uwb.edu/advancement/speakers and mcmenamins.com/history. The talk will take place in the Haynes’ Hall in the McMenamins Anderson School at 18607 Bothell Way NE.

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