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Author/Environmentalist Bill McKibben to Speak at Clarkson On Global Warming
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In 1989, Bill McKibben's book The End of Nature, sounded one of the earliest alarms about global warming. McKibben will speak on the moral implications surrounding the global warming controversy at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, in room 177 of the NYS Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) building on the Clarkson University Campus.
The End of Nature, often cited as a classic work on the environment, has been published in 20 languages across six continents. McKibben has published seven other books, the most recent of which is Wandering Home, an insightful meditation on his long walk from Western Vermont to a remote cabin in the Adirondacks. He is also a frequent contributor to the Atlantic, Harper's, and the New York Times. He is presently a Scholar-in-Residence at Middlebury College in Vermont.
McKibben lives simply with his wife and daughter in the Adirondack Mountains of New York. His appearance at Clarkson is sponsored by the Honors Program and the Center for the Environment. Admission to the evening lecture is free and open to the public.
PHOTO CAPTION: Adirondack author and environmentalist, Bill McKibben will speak on the moral implications of the global warming controversy at Clarkson University, April 4. The lecture will be presented at 7:30 p.m. in room 177 of the Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP). Admission is free and the public is invited.