Our planet’s biology and its climate are inexorably coupled. Warmer and less predictable climates will continue to diminish the planet’s biodiversity. But biological systems can be part of a solution.
In an SFI Community Lecture January 8, 2014 in Santa Fe, conservation biology pioneer Thomas Lovejoy examined the present and possible future impacts of climate change and explored how we might manage both biological and human economic systems to reduce its long-term effects.
Watch the lecture (60 minutes)
Hear Lovejoy's interview on the Santa Fe Radio Cafe (January 8, 2014)
Read an article about the lecture in the Santa Fe New Mexican (January 8, 2014)
Lovejoy is a senior fellow, United Nations Foundation, and University Professor of Environmental Science and Policy, George Mason University.
This was the opening lecture in the 2014 SFI Community Lecture series. For a complete listing of upcoming SFI community events, visit here.