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Join the Living on Earth Book Club this spring!

Thursday, March 23rd at 3:00 p.m. Eastern on Zoom: "The Great Displacement: Climate Change and the Next American Migration."

In the coming decades millions of Americans will be uprooted by wildfires, floods, and rising seas in the largest migration in our country’s history. And many are already on the move. "The Great Displacement: Climate Change and the Next American Migration" by Jake Bittle compassionately tells their stories and uncovers how government and insurance policies are shaping who rebuilds and who retreats.

The Living on Earth Book Club, UMass Boston School for the Environment, Sustainable Solutions Lab at UMass Boston and the Boston College International Studies and Environmental Studies Departments proudly present this free, live conversation between author Jake Bittle and Host Steve Curwood, with a special introduction by distinguished guest, UMass Boston Chancellor Marcelo Suárez-Orozco.

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Check out our previous events:

Watch our interview with Koala: A Natural History and an Uncertain Future author Danielle Clode:

Watch our interview with The Nutmeg's Curse author Amitav Ghosh:

Watch our interview with An Immense World author Ed Yong:

Watch our "Black Courage Upon the Sea" Juneteenth celebration of Robert Smalls:

Watch our interview with The Hawk's Way author Sy Montgomery, or listen to the edited audio

Watch our interview with Underwater Wild author Craig Foster, or listen to the edited audio

Watch our interview with Guardians of the Trees author Kinari Webb, or listen to the edited audio

If you are interested in purchasing any of the books above or any of the books we cover on Living on Earth...

One option is to use Bookshop, which Living on Earth is partnering with. If you use our link, 10% supports Living on Earth, and an additional 10% supports independent bookstores. LOE maintains editorial independence & Bookshop and book sales have no role in book selection

Sponsors for the above events include the UMass Boston School for the Environment, NH Audubon, New Hampshire Public Radio, the New England Aquarium, ProPublica, the UMass Boston McCormack Graduate School, and the Sustainable Solutions Lab at UMass Boston.


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