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The Science, Ethics, and Politics of Climate Change
2010-2011 Boston Colloquium for Philosophy of Science
April 15, 2011
Barristers Hall, BU School of Law
Introductory remarks by Alisa Bokulich, Director of the Center for Philosophy and History of Science
The first talk of this session could not be video taped, due to copyright restrictions.
“Scientifically Flawed Solutions to Climate Change”
Kristin Shrader Frechette, Department of Philosophy, and Department of Biological Sciences, University of Notre Dame
“What Humanists Need to Know About the Science of Climate Change”
Robert K. Kaufmann, Department of Geography & Environment, and Center for Energy & Environmental Studies, Boston University
“International Climate Ethics in a Time of Uncertain Climate Policy”
Andrew Light, Department of Philosophy, George Mason University, and Center for American Progress
Kristin Shrader-Frechette, University of Notre Dame
Robert K. Kaufmann, Boston University
Andrew Light, George Mason University, and Center for American Progress