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Exhibit, films highlight ‘Human Dimensions of Climate Change’

The Fogler Library at the University of Maine will display a “Human Dimensions of Climate Change” exhibit in late March and early April. The exhibit, in Fogler’s first floor hallway, highlights a selection of the library’s books, government documents and films that emphasize potential impacts of climate change on populations throughout the world.

The exhibit corresponds with the “Human Dimensions of Climate Change” film series. Upcoming films, which are shown in Fogler’s CETA room, include “Climate Refugees” at 6 p.m. March 25 and “There Once Was an Island” at 6 p.m. April 1.

Paul Mayewski, director of the Climate Change Institute, will facilitate discussion following “Climate Refugees”. Discussion after “There Once Was an Island” will feature Jim Roscoe, professor of anthropology.

For additional information, visit library.umaine.edu/displays/HumansClimate.htm or contact Jen Bonnet, jennifer.l.bonnet@maine.edu, 207.581.3611.

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