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Ethics and Climate at Widener University School of Law

After several years writing for Climate Ethics, our colleague Don Brown is relocating to Widener University School of Law, where he will continue his work on the ethical dimensions of climate change on the blog Ethics and Climate. We are thankful to Don for his many contributions to the work of the Rock Ethics Institute, we wish him well in his new position, and we look forward to benefitting from his continued analysis of these important issues

After several years writing for Climate Ethics, our colleague Don Brown is relocating to Widener University School of Law, where he will continue his work on the ethical dimensions of climate change on the blog Ethics and Climate. We are thankful to Don for his many contributions to the work of the Rock Ethics Institute, we wish him well in his new position, and we look forward to benefitting from his continued analysis of these important issues.

To ensure that you are able to to keep up with Don's work, visit Ethics and Climate and subscribe to the RSS feed or to the e-mail list.

Don was one of several people at the Rock Ethics Institute working in the area of ethics and climate change. This is one major focus of the instute's teaching, research, and outreach, and we have every intention of continuing the discussion on Climate Ethics.