Copenhagen Comes To Penn State
If you didn’t get a chance to head over to Copenhagen last month for the International Climate Change summit, a panel being held tomorrow may give you a chance to get up to date.
The event, titled “Climate Change, Climate Justice: Lessons from Copenhagen,” will take place tomorrow at 2:30 p.m. in Pasquerilla Center’s Memorial Lounge. Panelists will include Donald A. Brown, Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics, Science, and Law; Nancy Tuana, founding director of the Rock Ethics Institute; and Petra Tschakert, Assistant Professor of Geography and the Earth and Environmental Systems Institute. The discussion will be moderated by Erik Foley, OPP’s new director of their Campus Sustainability Office.
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