About This Event
In this inaugural lecture of Gonzaga's new Center for Climate, Society, and the Environment, the Center's Director Brian G. Henning, Ph.D. shares his vision for the Center and its work ahead.
About Dr. Brian G. Henning
Dr. Brian G. Henning is the inaugural Director and founder of the Gonzaga Center for Climate, Society, and the Environment. Originally from Boise, Idaho, Dr. Henning joined faculty in 2008 and is Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Environmental Studies. An award-winning author, Dr. Henning has written or edited more than 10 books and 35 articles and chapters, including Riders in the Storm: Ethics in an Age of Climate Change (Anselm 2015) and Climate Change Ethics and the Non-human World (Routledge 2020).