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Transit Museum hosts talk on Climate Change and Transportation Infrastructure

March 15, 2016

Hurricane Sandy forced a shutdown of the New York City transit system in October 2012, and a warming climate means that superstorms are likely to recur. On Tuesday, March 22d at 6:30 pm the NY Transit Museum will host Adam Sobel, an atmospheric scientist and Columbia professor who will talk about climate change, extreme weather, and its effects on transportation infrastructure.

Tickets, ($10/free for museum members) are available here.

The Transit Museum is located at the corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn Heights.

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