Celebrate Earth Day with eminent environmental historians. Learn how environmental history informs our shared future in a world confronted by pandemics, climate change, droughts and floods, unstable food supplies, changing energy needs, and the threats of pollutants and toxins.
Nicholas Breyfogle | Associate Professor, Department of History; Director, Goldberg Center
Kip Curtis | Associate Professor, Department of History
Jennifer Eaglin | Assistant Professor, Department of History
Bart Elmore | Associate Professor, Department of History
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