Diverse Voices: Defining Environmental
Leadership for the 21st Century

The movement to solve climate change and achieve a more sustainable economy in the 21st century will require the work of a broad range of people working across many different fronts. In a course introduced last year, Frances Beinecke ’71 B.A. ’74 M.F.S., the 2015 Dorothy S. McCluskey Fellow in Conservation, challenged students to reflect on the widening range of voices engaged in these challenges across the U.S., and how the environmental movement can better reflect all segments of American society.

The course, “Diverse Voices: Environmental Leaders on Climate Change and the Environment,” offered lectures from a group of diverse leaders tackling environmental challenges through advocacy, policymaking, academic research, and business. 

The speaker series, which continued through the spring semester, will resume this fall.

Watch the full lectures

0908 May Boeve from Yale F&ES on Vimeo.

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PUBLISHED: July 28, 2016
 

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