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Bestselling Author of The Uninhabitable Earth

David Wallace-Wells

Surviving the World: Making the Best of a Burdened Planet

Thu, Mar 5
7:30 PM
$20 : General Public
$10 : UCSB Students (Current student ID required)

“A masterly analysis of why – with a world of solutions – we choose doom.” Nature

The future is being transformed by climate change, faster and more dramatically than we realized. Politics, technology, cities, business, even our sense of history, human rights and justice will all be changed by this massive force. But how? To what degree? Author of the critically-hailed bestseller The Uninhabitable Earth and deputy editor and climate change columnist at New York magazine, David Wallace-Wells tells the epic story of our time. He asks key questions and reminds us that everything is within our control, so long as we resist complacency. This, he says, is the moment to truly engage with what climate change really means.

Books will be available for purchase and signing courtesy of Chaucer’s

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Presented through the generosity of
Leslie Sweem Bhutani

Part of the Forces of Nature series

Lead Sponsors: Audrey & Timothy O. Fisher and Erika & Matthew Fisher, in memory of J. Brooks Fisher

Presented in partnership with the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History & Sea Center, Community Environmental Council, UCSB Department of Environmental Studies and the Bren School of Environmental Science & Management

Presented in association with UCSB Natural Leaders: Environmental Research & Impact, Central Coast Climate Justice Network, Environmental Defense Center, Explore Ecology, Land Trust for Santa Barbara County, Los Padres ForestWatch, Santa Barbara Bicycle Coalition, Santa Barbara Channelkeeper, Santa Barbara Wildlife Care Network, Sierra Club – Los Padres Chapter and Wilderness Youth Project

 


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