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Hollis Lectures in Environmental Studies
"Fanning the Flames: Some Next Steps for the World Climate Movement"
Jon Isham, Luce Professor of International Environmental Economics, Middlebury College
"Citizen Stewards: Reclaiming the Authority, Privilege, and Duty of Stewardship"
John Terry, Executive Director, Gulf of Maine Institute
"The Northeast Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI): A precedent setting and priority policy for Maine and for the Nature Conservancy"
Sarah Murdock ‘84, Senior Policy Advisor, The Nature Conservancy
“Inspiring Progress: Religions' Contributions to Sustainable Development”
Gary Gardner, Director of Research, Worldwatch Institute
"Examining the Impact of Pesticides on Environmental and Public Health"
Dr. Tyrone Hayes, Professor of Biology, University of California, Berkeley
"A Field Biologist's Odyssey: A Lifetime of Discovery"
Dr. Ron Tilson, Director of Conservation, Minnesota Zoo
"Offshore Energy -- Promise or Peril?"
Vivian Newman, Conservation Chair of the Sierra Club's Maine Chapter
"Reading the Forested Landscape"
Professor Tom Wessels, Professor of Environmental Studies, Antioch New England
"The Emerging Alliance of Religion and Ecology"
Professor John Grim, Professor of Religion, Bucknell University
"Market-Based Approaches to Environmental Protection: Faustian Bargain or Paradise Regained?"
Professor Tom Tietenberg, Colby College Mitchell Family Professor of Economics