Odds Against Tomorrow by Nathaniel RichBook discussion

6:30p, Monday, April 1; SLC Prothro Room 

Hailed by Rolling Stone as “the first great climate-change novel,” Odds Against Tomorrow by Nathaniel Rich is a literary thriller, an unexpected love story, and a philosophically searching inquiry into the nature of fear.

Librarians Carol Fonken and Dana Hendrix will facilitate the conversation about this novel. Copies of the book are available for checkout at Smith Library Center and Georgetown Public Library.

 Emily NorthrupLecture

6:30p, Monday, April 8; SLC Prothro Room

“Dollar$ and ¢ents of Global Warming” Presentation by SU Professor of Economics Emily Northrop. 

Northrop will build on the plot of “Odds Against Tomorrow” and discuss the economic impacts of addressing climate change and of failing to address climate change. She will also distinguish among the alternative policies of regulation, a Green New Deal, and carbon pricing.

Everyone is welcome to join in the discussion and attend the lecture.