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Climate Change and You - Do You Care? Should You Care?

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1/5/2012 8:39 PM
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A Current Issues Discussion on Climate Change will be held on Thursday, January 26th at 4:30pm in the glass enclosed dining room in Bartels Hall.  The discussion facilitators will be Professors Larry Davis, Jim Ayers, Brett McCormick and Eddie Luzik.  Come and participate in a lively discussion on this important topic which impacts us all.

For more information, contact Rebecca Johnson, Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at RJohnson@newhaven.edu.

 

The Carbon Crisis in 90 Seconds from Peter Griffith on Vimeo.

Read a 2011 Rollng Stone article on climate change

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