Rachel Carson’s Legacy: Finding the Wisdom and Insight for Global Environmental Citizenship -- The Silent Spring Series - Exploring Ethics

1/21/2013; 56 minutes

Author and philosopher Mitchell Thomashow explores the impact of Rachel Carson, often cited as the founder of the modern environmental movement in the United States. Thomashow weaves Carson's story with the ecological challenges that face us today, including climate change, threats to biodiversity and altered biogeochemical cycles. Thomashow is presented as part of the Silent Spring Series, sponsored by the Center for Ethics in Science and Technology in San Diego. (#24433)

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