A discussion on Paris Climate Talks and Climate Change
As the U.N. Climate Change Conference winds down in Paris, Worldview broadcasts LIVE from the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum. They’ll discuss the outcome of the Paris talks and how Climate Change has amplified conservation efforts.
Curt Meine is senior fellow at the Center for Humans and Nature and the Aldo Leopold Foundation; associate adjunct professor at UW–Madison. A conservation biologist, historian, and writer.
Kathleen Dean Moore is distinguished professor of philosophy at Oregon State University; founder, Spring Creek Project for Ideas, Nature, and the Written Word.
Joel Brammeier is president and CEO of the Alliance for the Great Lakes. He also advises state governors and provincial premiers on clean water policy.
Adele Simmons is vice chair and senior executive for Metropolis Strategies; president of the Global Philanthropy Partnership. Previously, she has served as co-chair on the Task Force that developed the Climate Action Plan for the City of Chicago
James Whitlow Delano is a photographer and curator of the exhibit, “BODY OF WATER – Climate Change, Water, & Human Rights”
PHOTO: WBEZ’s “Worldview” broadcasting live at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum on Thursday, 10 December, 2015. From left – Jerome McDonnell, Adele Simmons, Joel Brammeier, Kathleen Dean Moore, Kate Sackman (EcoMyths Alliance) & Brooke Hecht (Center for Humans and Nature)