Annual Lecture Series 2001
June 11-15, 2001
|Nutrients: The Worst Pollution Problem in U.S. Coastal Waters
Dr. Robert Howarth, Senior Marine Scientist and Program Director, The Oceans Program, Environmental Defense
Scalloping on Georges Bank: Is It Possible to Sustain the Fishery and the Ecosystem?
Moderated by Monica Allen, marine and environmental reporter, The Standard Times, New Bedford, MA
Panelists: Dr. Steven A. Murawski, National Marine Fisheries Service, Woods Hole Laboratory; Dr. Brian Rothschild, Director, School for Marine Science and Technology, UMASS-Dartmouth; Lawrence Yacubian, New Bedford scallop fleet; Dr. Cheri Recchia, Center for Marine Conservation, Washington, DC; Dr. Peter Auster, National Undersea Research Center, UCONN at Avery Point, Groton, CT.
|The Politics and Economics of Global Warming
Ross Gelbspan, author of The Heat Is On
|Climate Change in the Arctic: Looking for Ice in All the Wrong Places
Dr. James McCarthy, Professor of Biological Oceanography and Director of the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University
|A Congressional Update: The Status of the Environment in Washington
U.S. Senator Lincoln D. Chafee (R-Rhode Island)
|Public Lecture: Environmental Policy: Will Bush Dismantle What Clinton Built?
Robert Semple, Associate Editor of the Editorial Page, The New York Times
Sunday, February 25, 2001