Category Archives: climatechange

The future of education and climate change: part 7

Over the past few weeks I’ve been blogging about the impact of climate change and higher education (posts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6; all here).  Today I’d like to expand on points from post #4, about the relationship between… … Continue reading

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The future of higher education and climate change, part 6: California on fire

For two weeks I’ve been blogging about possible futures for higher education in an era of climate crisis (all posts found here).  I wanted to take this post to address what looks like an early example of climate change hitting … Continue reading

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The future of higher education and climate change: part 5

What will climate change do to higher education?  How will academia respond? Last week I offered a series of blog posts starting to explore this enormous question (1, 2, 3, 4).  I wanted to get my thoughts down and explore … Continue reading

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The future of higher education and climate change: part 4

Here I’d like to continue this week’s series of posts on higher ed, the future, and climate change.  (Previous posts concern campus populations, campus facilities, and the academic mission.) 4. Campus and the off campus world    Colleges and universities … Continue reading

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The future of higher education and climate change: part 3

In this post I continue my series on higher ed and climate change.  Here are the previous posts: 1, 2. 3. On campus: the academic mission Academic research can play many roles in transforming higher ed in the age of … Continue reading

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How will higher education respond to climate change? Part 2

This post continues my series on higher education and climate change.  Here’s the first post; more are coming over the course of this week. On campus: the physical institution One of the major areas these decision-makers will have to work … Continue reading

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How will higher education respond to climate change? Part 1

How will higher education change in the age of climate crisis? This is a very large topic.  Academia is a large, sprawling, disorganized ecosystem. Climate change presents enormous complexity, as do the many ways humanity can respond.  Their intersection is … Continue reading

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