Blakemore ’65 Speaks on Psychologies of Global Warming

ABC News Correspondent William Blakemore '65 spoke to the Wesleyan community Nov. 3 in the Memorial Chapel. His talk was titled "The Many Psychologies of Global Warming."

ABC News Correspondent William Blakemore '65 spoke to the Wesleyan community Nov. 3 in the Memorial Chapel. His talk was titled "The Many Psychologies of Global Warming."

Blakemore began focusing on the topic of global warming five years ago for ABC News. He gave examples displaying different psychologies, as well as manmade global warming’s place in history.

Blakemore began focusing on the topic of global warming five years ago for ABC News. He gave examples displaying different psychologies, as well as manmade global warming’s place in history.

Karl Scheibe, director of the Susan B. and William K. Wasch Center for Retired Faculty, visiting faculty in psychology, speaks at the Blakemore event. The event was  sponsored by the Wasch Center for Retired Faculty, Department of Psychology, and the Robert Schumann Lecture Series in the Environmental Studies Program.

Karl Scheibe, director of the Susan B. and William K. Wasch Center for Retired Faculty, visiting faculty in psychology, also spoke at the Blakemore event. The event was sponsored by the Wasch Center for Retired Faculty, Department of Psychology, and the Robert Schumann Lecture Series in the Environmental Studies Program.

The event was attended by several Wesleyan faculty, staff and students, and members of the local community. (Photos by Stefan Weinberger '10)

The event was attended by several Wesleyan faculty, staff and students, and members of the local community. (Photos by Stefan Weinberger '10)