Dr. Richard Alley is a glaciologist and an Evan Pugh University professor of geosciences at Penn State. He studies the great ice sheets to help predict future changes in climate and sea level, and has conducted field research in Antarctica, Greenland and Alaska.
In advance of his lecture on October 18, we chatted with Captain Philip Renaud, executive director of the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, about what drives his personal commitment to coral reef restoration.
In advance of her lecture in Baltimore, we spoke with Jill Jonnes about her latest book Urban Forests: A Natural History of Trees and People in the American Cityscape.
In advance of her lecture here in Baltimore on May 18th, hear from the National Parks Conservation Association's CEO, Theresa Pierno, about the importance of connecting with nature!
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