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The Next Step in Saving the Planet

E O Wilson Sean Carroll

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Posted 26 October 2015 - 12:39 AM

Carroll visited Wilson’s office at Harvard University for a free-ranging, hours-long chat. It covered concerns for the future and reminiscing about the past – and morphed into an idea for a global campaign to unite biologists behind the common cause of saving the natural world, a prerequisite for understanding it.

 

 

http://churchandstat...ing-the-planet/

 

 

I found this discussion between these eminent scientists very interesting and pertinent to many of the problems we discuss here on ST.  Maybe it will be of interest to others.


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Posted 27 October 2015 - 01:16 AM

I found this discussion between these eminent scientists very interesting and pertinent to many of the problems we discuss here on ST.  Maybe it will be of interest to others.

 

~ @twaffle

 

Thank you so much for posting this link and bringing it to our attention.

 

It's exactly what many of my students would enjoy reading, especially as Prof. Wilson is a hero to many of them.

 

The discussion described in the article was enlightening to me.

 

Much appreciated!

 

Tom K.


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