Polar Opposites? The Science and Politics of Environmental Change in the Arctic and Antarctica Ross Virginia, Myers Family Professor of Environmental Science and Director, Institu
As polar ice on land and sea retreats from rapid global warming, the specter for international conflict over newly exposed natural resources may increase. This talk will consider how the environments at the ends of the Earth are changing and how international politics, through conflict or cooperation, will shape the future of the poles.
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