Archive Highlights

 

In 2015 we explored topics ranging from Shakespeare’s dramas and the digital humanities, to understanding Aldo Leopold’s Land Ethic, to the relationship between climate change policy and public health. Through a series of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) we formed a global, digital community interested in exploring the connections, challenges and tradeoffs that underlie our relationships to the natural world, to one another and to our communities, across our state and around the world.

Here we’ve organized some of the highlights from our archive:

Energy and You

Boreal Forests

Hunting Deer: Sharing the Harvest

Weather: Insights from Experts–Air Quality

Linda Rudolph: Climate Change as a Health Issue

Shakespeare in Community: Act 1