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Tulane, UNO Present 2 Days of Climate Change Discussions

Universities in New Orleans are presenting two days of discussions about climate change.

On Friday, Tulane University is holding a conference titled "Democracy in Retreat? Master Planning in a Warming World." Panel discussions at Tulane's River and Coastal Center will bring together architects, planners, scholars, artists, and others whose work includes planning for climate change. Columbia University's Temple Hoyne Buell Center for the Study of American Architecture is a co-sponsor, along with the University of New Orleans.

On Saturday, the University of New Orleans holds a symposium titled "Heritage At Risk: Climate Changes To Historic Preservation." Its panel discussions will be at the university's alumni and visitors center.