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GLIN==> Climate change teach in at Michigan State University - webcasts available

Michigan State University held a teach in on climate change earlier this month, featuring faculty, staff and students discussing different aspects of the issue and its relationships to the Great Lakes region and more broadly. All sessions were taped by MSU Broadcasting Services and are available here:

The agenda is also listed below.

Session 1: The Big Picture: Climate Change and the Environmental, Social and Economic Drivers 2/2/2009
Presented by Tom Dietz (ESPP) and Jeff Andresen (Geography).
From 2/2/2009. 54 minutes.

Session 2: Solutions for the First 100 Days 2/2/2009
National Teach-In Video, featuring David Orr, Hunter Lovins, Ray Anderson.
From 2/2/2009. 52 minutes.

Session 3: Energy Supply and Demand Issues 2/2/2009
Presenters: Jan Beecher (Institute for Public Utilities) and Marty Kushler (American Council for Energy Efficient Economy)
From 2/2/2009. 52 minutes.

Session 4: Ethical and Justice Issues of Climate Change 2/2/2009
Presenters: Michael Nelson (Lyman Briggs, Fisheries and Wildlife, Philosophy)
From 2/2/2009. 49 minutes.

Session 5: Weighing Impacts and Responsibilities on Developed and Developing Nations 2/2/2009
Presenters: Brent Simpson (Institute for Int'l Agriculture) and Subbu Kumarappan (Agriculture and Resource Economics)
From 2/2/2009. 50 minutes.

Session 6: Media and the Message: Communicating Climate Change 2/2/2009
Presenters: Jim Detjen (Journalism) and Rich Grogan (CARRS)
From 2/2/2009. 50 minutes.

Session 7: What Can MSU and Individuals Do? 2/2/2009
Presenters: Lauren Olson (Office of Campus Sustainability) and Lynda Boomer (Physical Plant)
From 2/2/2009. 46 minutes

University Committee for a Sustainable Campus
Office of Campus Sustainability
Environmental Science and Policy Program
Environmental Journalism
Residential Initiative for the Study of Environment
Broadcasting Services
Anaerobic Digester Research and Education Center
Sustainable Michigan Endowed Project

More information: www.ecofoot.msu.edu