Winifred E. Weter Lectures
Weter Lectures, video
Dr. Seeley discusses how consumption and energy choices made locally may have consequences globally, and how the human impacts of climate change fall disproportionately on the poorest and most vulnerable people.
He will also explore how to love our global neighbors — and how we can listen to, learn from, and partner with communities across wide disparities in resource consumption.
Seeley, Lane, "The Inherently Quantitative Moral Landscape of our Global Neighborhood" (2019). Speakers & Events. 2711.
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