Under the White Sky
Journalist and Pulitzer Prize winning author Elizabeth Kolbert detailed some of the ways science is being used to counteract as well as adapt to the effects of climate change. This virtual event was hosted by Harvard Book Store in Massachusetts.
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Lauren Artiles Events Coordinator Harvard Book Store
- Amy Brady Deputy Publisher Guernica Magazine
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