LOS ANGELES — A group of world-leading experts will convene at USC on Tuesday for the Solutions for a Sustainable Future conference.

Experts from USC and elsewhere, including the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, will look at options to address three aspects of climate change: energy and technology, food and water, and human behavior.

The conference will also feature a student art installation, videos of students describing their work in sustainability and a reception during which the audience can interact with the keynote speakers, moderators and panelists.

The conference will open with a keynote address by Hoesung Lee, the most recent former chair of the IPCC.

The IPCC is the world’s most authoritative source for evidence-based information about climate change and responses to it.

Registration and an agenda for the free conference at Town and Gown on the USC University Park Campus can be found online.