A Rich Tradition of Non-traditional Thinking: The Legacy of Rachel Carson

Join us for an evening of compelling talks illustrating the legacy of Rachel Carson. Through philosophy, language, field science, journalism, art, and teaching, our speakers are practitioners of environment and social justice. Rachel Carson, writer and conservationist, is widely credited with launching the modern environmental movement. This year, UC Santa Cruz proudly named the former College Eight in her honor. Speakers include:

Daniel Guevara and Claudio Campagna- The language of conservation: From the field to philosophy

Laurie Palmer- "If I were you I'd call me us": Art, environment, and social justice

Emma Hiolski- Science communication: Telling stories, uncovering truth

Justine Smith- Big cats: They're more afraid of us than you think

Erika Zavaleta- Climate, songbirds, and students: Charting the future of conservation science

Thursday, March 30, 2017 at 6:30pm

Cost

$15 per person

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