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Bodansky to participate in Future Tense event

September 16, 2010

Daniel Bodansky, the ASU Lincoln Professor of Law, Ethics and Sustainability at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, will join a panel at a national event sponsored by the College of Law, ASU, the New America Foundation and Slate magazine, on Sept. 27 in Washington, D.C.

Bodansky will participate in the panel, “The Consequences (Intended or Not) of Taking Control of the Earth’s Thermostat,” at a Future Tense Event: Geoengineering – The Horrifying Idea Whose Time has Come? Bodansky will be joined on the panel by Jane C. Long, of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, M. Sanjayan, of The Nature Conservancy, Thomas Schelling, of the University of Maryland, and moderator Christina Larson, of Foreign Policy magazine.

The Future Tense partnership focuses on emerging technologies and their transformative effects on society and public policy. Central to it is the Future Tense Event Series, which brings together issue experts and provocative thinkers from all disciplines to look beyond today’s headlines.

For more information about the event, click here.

Bodansky is a preeminent authority on global climate change whose teaching and research focus on international environmental law and public international law. He teaches courses in international law and sustainability and is a key player in the College of Law’s new Program in Law and Sustainability. Bodansky also is an Affiliate Faculty Member in the College of Law’s Center for Law and Global Affairs, and an Affiliate Faculty Member in the ASU Global Institute of Sustainability’s School of Sustainability.

Janie Magruder,
(480) 727-9052
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law