Online Guide: Human Dimensions of Climate Change 2017
In collaboration with the Climate Change Institute and the Department of Anthropology, Fogler Library has collected a set of resources about potential impacts of climate change on populations throughout the world. The online guide, Human Dimensions of Climate Change, contains links to books, films, streaming videos, government documents, and more. There is also a physical display on the first floor of the library (pictured above).
Fogler Library is also hosting the Human Dimensions of Climate Change Film Series with film showings on the following dates:
Years of Living Dangerously “Ice & Brimstone” showing with a discussion led by Dr. Paul Mayewski, Director and Professor at the Climate Change Institute.
The Anthropologist showing with a discussion led by Dr. Christine Beitl, Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Climate Refugees showing with a discussion led by Dr. Aaron Strong, Assistant Professor of Marine Policy
Each showing begins at 6pm in the Fogler Library Classroom.