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Views from the Green

"It is, as I have said ... a small podcast; and yet, there are those who love it." (with apologies to Daniel Webster, Dartmouth Class of 1801)

The economics, politics, science, and morality of climate change

Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Richard Howarth
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong and Richard Howarth (photo by Joseph Mehling '69)

Recorded July 19, 2007

It's going to take an interdisciplinary approach to tackle global warming and climate change, according to Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, a professor of philosophy who also holds the Robert C. 1925 and Hilda Hardy Professorship of Legal Studies, and Richard Howarth, a professor of environmental studies and the Pat and John Rosenwald Professor in Arts and Sciences. In this podcast, the two talk about their collaboration as editors on a recent book, Perspectives on Climate Change: Science, Economics, Politics, Ethics.

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