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CONVERSATION ON CLIMATE CHANGE: Joe Fargione, regional science director for the central U.S. region of the Nature Conservancy, speaks on "Biofuels: Threats and Opportunities" during Wesleyan's annual Environmental Symposium, “Where On Earth Are We Going?” April 26 in Exley Science Center.

Johan "Joop" Varekamp, the Harold T. Stearns Professor of Earth Science, chair of the Earth and Environmental Sciences Department, discussed "Measuring and Modeling Climate Change" with the audience.
Dayna Locitzer '09 asks a question during the symposium, which was open to the Wesleyan and local communities.
Jacob Mirsky '08 gave the concluding remarks for the day's event. (Photos by Nick Russell '09)

The event was presented by The Robert Schumann Lecture Series in Environmental Studies in collaboration with Feet to the Fire: Exploring Global Climate Change from Science to Art.