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Climate Change/Agriculture          Nanotechnology               Biotechnology


"Science, Ethics and Technology: The Challenge of Global Warming"

Albert Borgmann, Regents Professor of Philosophy, The University of Montana


"Ethical Dimensions of Climate Change"

Donald A. Brown, Penn State University
Rebecca Bendick
, The University of Montana
Clark Wolf
, Iowa State University


"How Glacier National Park Responds to Climate Change: Vanishing Ice as the Legacy of Human Impact on the Planet"

"Cascading Climate Change Impacts on the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem"

Daniel Fagre, Research Ecologist, USGS Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center


"The Future of Environmental Ethics in an age of Global Warming"

Andrew Light, The Center for American Progress


"Ethical Issues Entailed by the Need to Replace the Kyoto Protocol"

Donald A. Brown, Penn State University


"Climate Change: Managing the Natural Carbon Cycle"

Peter Raymond, Associate Professor of Ecosystem Ecology, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies


"Efficiency vs. Equity: Economic Considerations in the Science Debates"

Dick Barrett, Professor Emeritus Economics, University of Montana


"Who Will Feed the Planet in Crisis?"

Miguel Altieri, Professor of Agroecology, University of California

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"Environmental Protection & Poverty Eradication: Competing Imperatives?"

Thomas Pogge, Professor of Philosophy and International Affairs, Yale University

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"Beyond the World Food Crisis"

Eric Holt-Gimenez, Agroecologist, political economist, lecturer and author                                                 

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"Geoengineering the Climate:Technologies for Rebalancing or Reinforcing Global Inequity"

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"Managing Our Living Planet? Exploring the Evolving Role of Science in Public Decisions"

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Jason Blackstock, Adjunct Assistant Professor, University of Waterloo


"World Hunger: Resource Sufficiency vs. Functional Integrity"  

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Paul Thompson, Holds the W.K. Kellogg Chair in Agricultural Food and Community Ethics at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan.