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ECHO Climate Change Symposium
Keynote with Photographer David Arnold (Webcast)
Date: April 6, 2009
Running Time: 00:31:53

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Join photographer David Arnold as he talks about photographing climate change.
The Iņupiat of the Arctic Slope are on the front lines of the battle against global climate change, but they are not the only people affected by the warming of the planet. This ECHO (Education Through Cultural and Historic Organizations) Partners symposium will discuss the effects of climate change on environmentally diverse areas of the plane. Join scientists, educators and ECHO partners from Hawaii, Alaska, Mississippi and Massachusetts as they discuss the issues facing their communities and ways to educate our global community on the science of climate change.

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