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Economic implications of climate change subject of Honors lecture

Contact: Rene Abadie


     HAMMOND – An international expert on the economic implications of climate change will address the topic at a lecture at Southeastern Louisiana University on Wednesday, Nov. 14.

     Mark Fulton of Deutsche Bank will speak as part Southeastern’s Interdisciplinary lecture Series on Global Climate Change. The talk will be held at 3:30 p.m. in room 107 of Fayard Hall and is free and open to the public.

     Fulton’s is the second of four addresses by leading authorities that will be held on campus as part of the series sponsored by the Southeastern Honors Program. Other campus units supporting the series are the Office of Sponsored Research and Programs, and the colleges of Education and Human Development, Business, Science and Technology, and Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

     “Global climate change is a concern that affects all of us and cuts across a wide range of disciplines of study,” said Kent Neuerburg, interim director of the Honors Program. “This lecture will focus specifically on the economic aspects of climatic change, a key factor in helping governments, agencies and organizations deal with this international issue.”

     Fulton, a managing director with Deutche Bank who also serves as global head of strategic planning, is a climate change strategist with the bank’s asset management division. He is charged with creating a strategic plan to address investment opportunities presented by climate change. He works with businesses to develop specific products and coordinates the firm’s Climate Change Investment Committee. Fulton has nearly 30 years experience as an economist and strategist.

     Founded in Berlin in 1870 as a foreign trade bank, Deutche Bank today is one of the world’s largest investment institutions in revenues and serves as a key sponsor of the arts, community development and education. The international firm employs more than 75,000 people worldwide and serves more than 14 million customers in 75 countries.

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