Talks & Lectures, Open to the Public, College of Arts and Letters
20 Oct 2021

Can We Avert Climate Catastrophe?

Center for Science Writings

Journalist David Wallace-Wells, who writes for New York Magazine and other media, is the author of the bestseller "The Uninhabitable Earth," hailed by The Washington Post as "this generation's Silent Spring" and by The New York Times as "a meticulously documented, white-knuckled tour through the cascading catastrophes that will soon engulf our warming planet.” Wallace-Wells will discuss this book in the upcoming Center for Science Writings talk.

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About the Center for Science Writings

Launched in 2005 within the College of Arts and Letters, the Center for Science Writings draws attention to science communications, books and blogs capturing the public's attention. Prominent writers, be they journalists, scientists, engineers, philosophers or scholars, come to deliver free, public lectures about science-related issues each and every semester.

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