“Environmental Entanglements Across the Pacific”
15th Annual Environmental Affairs Symposium
October 15-18, 2012
This year’s symposium combined two of Lewis & Clark’s interdisciplinary programs: Environmental Studies and East Asian Studies. The symposium explored diverse themes in environmentalism in the contexts of both the United States and various East Asian countries. Topics ranged from the political economy of iPhones, to the geology of the Pacific Rim, to the dynamic interplay between religious and environmental narratives. Thank you for joining us for these intriguing discussions and exciting events!
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About the Symposium
Each year, the Environmental Studies Program at Lewis & Clark offers a symposium on environmental affairs. The multi-day event brings together experts from around the country for a dynamic series of lectures and panels on contemporary issues in environmental affairs. Explore our archive to learn about previous symposia.
All symposium events are free and open to the public.