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State experts will be featured at global warming symposium
Fond du Lac Observer (WI)
Published March 11, 2008

A symposium featuring experts from throughout the state on the issue of Global Warming will be held March 28-29 and April 4-5 at the University of Wisconsin-Fond du Lac.

"Global Warming: Wisconsin and the Great Lakes Region" will explore the issue of climate change and human impact on that process from the perspective of atmospheric science, climatology, philosophy and ethics, political science, law and business.

This symposium will be facilitated by UW-Fond du Lac faculty and staff at the campus, 400 University Drive.

The two-weekend campus and community symposium is free, but pre-registration is requested and there is a fee for optional meals that must be ordered in advance.

The first weekend, March 28-29, will focus on perspectives on global warming.

The second weekend, April 4-5, will emphasize solutions on global warming.

The option to earn college credit is available to UW-Fond du Lac students, other college students, area high school students and community members attending the symposium.

Registration and information is available by calling 929-3622 or visiting









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