Climate Vulnerability & Conflict in the Central American Dry Corridor

Friday, October 25, 2019 | 03:00 pm

Bandelier Hall East, Room 105


Join the LAII, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, and the Department of Political Science for
a panel discussion to explore how vulnerability to climate change in Central America is driving violence,
migration, and other social changes throughout the region.


Diego Pons – Geography and Climate Science, Columbia University
Sarah Romano – Political Science, Lesley University
Brent E. Metz – Anthropology, University of Kansas
Matthew Taylor – Geography, University of Denver


This event is free and open to the public. For more information, contact Benjamin Warner at
or Jami Nunez at