Learning While Burning: An Optimistic View of Energy, Environment, and Our Future
Annual Wallace W. Atwood Lecture Series presents "Learning While Burning: An Optimistic View of Energy, Environment, and Our Future"
The Graduate School of Geography was delighted to host this year's Atwood Lecture, with a talk given by Dr. Richard Alley, an Evan Pugh Professor of Geosciences in Penn State's College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. Professor Alley is a leading scholar in climate change research and communication, with particular interests in polar ice, glaciology, sea level change, and abrupt climate change. He has researched, published, broadcast, and advised widely on these topics, with involvement in activities ranging from the Nobel-Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to specials on public television.
Clark University, "Learning While Burning: An Optimistic View of Energy, Environment, and Our Future" (2014). Clark University Event Archive. 191.