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Rose Daily has led local sustainability projects from the Keweenaw Peninsula to Costa Rica. In this guest blog, the environmental engineering grad and current Ph.D. student shares what led her to the United Nations climate change summit as a member of Michigan Tech’s delegation. Daily ’18 ’22 is one of 11 Huskies chosen to attend as Blue Zone observers at what is formally known as the 27th Conference of the Parties United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCC COP27), taking place Nov. 6-18 in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt. She will also present at events held in conjunction with the summit.
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