At this pivotal moment in history all fields of human inquiry are called upon to collaborate in the Great Work of our era: to transition from a period of human devastation of the Earth to a period of symbiotic Earth-human relations.
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Gonzaga’s Climate Center named semifinalist for national award
The Center for Climate, Society, and the Environment at Gonzaga University has been selected as one of 30 semifinalists for the 2022 American Climate Leadership Awards.
“Climate change is an urgent challenge that requires each of us to do more and to do it more quickly,” said Brian G. Henning, director of the center, who is a professor of both philosophy and environmental studies. “We are honored to stand alongside climate leaders from across the country.”
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