People and Ice: The New Significance of the Arctic and the Himalayas
On Earth Day 2014, join us for a special program with the president of Iceland. A member of the Arctic Council, Iceland is at the forefront of those nations in the North feeling the environmental effects brought on by climate change. While the melting polar ice cap has potential broad negative consequences for the world’s oceans, sea levels and climate, at the same time it increases the potential for commercial and economic activity in the Arctic region.
Dianne F. Harrison, President, CSU Northridge; Former President, CSU Monterey Bay; Administrator and Faculty Member, Florida State University William Shutkin, President and CEO, Presidio Graduate School; Richard M. Gray Fellow in Sustainability Practice Maria Harper-Marinick, Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost, Maricopa Community College District Read more »
Nicole Ardoin, Assistant Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Education Zenobia Barlow, Executive Director and Co-Founder, The Center for Ecoliteracy Running Grass, Founder, Three Circles Center in Sausalito; Expert on Multicultural Approaches to Children and Environmental Education Read more »