Terry Tempest Williams, Kathleen Dean Moore and Charles Wohlforth discuss higher education's responsibility to address climate change

2010-09-14 by News, Sports, and Art

In this one-hour panel and audience Q and A, noted authors Terry Tempest Williams from the University of Utah, Kathleen Dean Moore from Oregon State University and Alaska writer Charles Wohlforth tackle the ethical responsibilities of higher education to address climate change and other critical environmental challenges.

This podcast was recorded on Monday, Sept. 13, 2010 in the UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307.

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Charles Wohlforth website
Details on Wohlforth's two books, "The Whale and the Supercomputer" and "The Fate of Nature"