Pardee Center Hosts Symposium on Science and Ethics of Climate Repair

The Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future and the University of Cambridge’s Scott Polar Research Institute (SPRI) recently hosted a virtual symposium featuring a panel of interdisciplinary experts exploring the topic of “climate repair” — and geoengineering more broadly — through a humanities lens, with a particular focus on the Arctic.

The event was the twelfth installment of the ongoing Arctic Environmental Humanities Workshop Series, a partnership between the Pardee Center and SPRI that brings together the diverse expertise of humanistic scholars, artists, and researchers for a series of virtual presentations and conversations about Arctic issues. The series is convened by Boston University Prof. Adriana Craciun and University of Cambridge Prof. Michael Bravo.

Recordings of past talks in the series are available on the Pardee Center’s YouTube channel. Learn more about the series and register to be notified of upcoming presentations here.