UMSL offers course on climate change to public

Thursday, July 30, 2009 | 11:16 a.m. CDT

ST. LOUIS — The University of Missouri-St. Louis has assembled a group of experts to discuss the politics and science of climate change for a course offered to the public.

The presentations will be offered each Thursday evening from Aug. 27 to Dec. 10 in the Orthwein Animal Nutrition Center at the Saint Louis Zoo.

The experts represent a variety of disciplines, including physics, biology and sustainability. They will examine the ecological, political and practical aspects of climate change through a series of lectures and case studies.


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