Tag: climate change

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U.S. Senator Angus King Speaks on Climate Change

U.S. Senator Angus King spoke to the UMaine community on the topic of “Maine and Climate Change: The View from Greenland.” Senator King addressed interested students, faculty, and members of the public on Thursday, November 10, for the Senator Margaret Chase Smith Lectureship on Public Affairs for 2016. He explained the causes and impacts of climate […]

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Senator Angus King Lecture Nov. 10 3:30 p.m.

Climate change and its impact on Maine will be the focus of an address by U.S. Sen. Angus King when he gives the Senator Margaret Chase Smith Public Affairs Lecture at the University of Maine on November 10. King’s address, “Maine and Climate Change: The View from Greenland” begins at 3:30 p.m., in the Collins […]

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Communicating Climate Change: The 2015 Schwartz Forum

How has public conversation about climate change evolved over time? What cultural and historical factors have shaped its trajectory? How do scientists, artists, and humanities scholars influence the way we understand and talk about climate change? Join the Maine Humanities Council, the Portland Museum of Art, the Gulf of Maine Research Institute, and the Margaret […]

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Rubin to discuss Low Carbon Transportation Fuels at the University of Vermont.

Jonathan Rubin will present “Low Carbon Transportation Fuels: Climate Change and Energy Security” at the Dan and Carole Burack President’s Distinguished Lecture Series at the University of Vermont, on Friday, April 5th.  A video recording of this presentation will be available on the University of Vermont’s Transportation Research Center seminars webpage within a few weeks […]

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