Klinger Interviewed for Podcast on Rare Earth Elements

Julie Klinger, Associate Director of the Land Use & Livelihoods Initiative and Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Frederick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, was interviewed for a recent podcast on the environmental damage associated with rare earth elements. 

Klinger was interviewed for a June 25, 2019 episode of the Distillations podcast from the Science History Institute entitled “Rare Earths: The Hidden Cost to Their Magic.

You can listen to the first part of the podcast here:

You can listen to the second part of the podcast here:

Julie Michelle Klinger, PhD, specializes in development, environment, and security politics in Latin America and China in comparative and global perspective. Her recent book Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes (Cornell University Press in Fall 2017) received the 2017 Meridian Award from the American Association of Geographers for its “unusually important contribution to advancing the art and science of geography.”