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SPEAKER: David H. Grinspoon, Jean-Francois Mouhot, Matthias Klestil
EVENT DATE:
02/28/2013
FORMAT:
Video + Captions
RUNNING TIME:
67 minutes

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DESCRIPTION:
Three scholars from three different disciplines discuss human perspectives on the environment and the moral implications of those views.

SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES:
American astrobiologist David H. Grinspoon is the first Baruch S. Blumberg NASA/Library of Congress Chair in Astrobiology at the Library's John W. Kluge Center. Jean Francois-Mouhot is an environmental historian, author, scholar on the environmental history of Haiti and Marie Curie Fellow at the Library of Congress. Matthias Klestil of the University of Bayreuth is a researcher on the development of environmental consciousness in African-American literature and Bavarian Fellow at the Library of Congress.

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