March 20th unCOMMON Salon — Poisonous Skies: Acid Rain and the Globalization of Pollution

NYU’s Rachel Rothschild presents the March edition of our unCOMMON Salon series.

Poisonous Skies: Acid Rain and the Globalization of Pollution

Hear the untold story of how acid rain changed ideas about the threat fossil fuels posed to the global environment, the attempts of the coal industry to discredit scientific research on the problem, and how we might learn from acid rain’s history to better approach environmental threats like climate change.  

Tuesday, March 20th | 6:00 pm
Bobst Library, Room 745 (Floor 7, Avery Fisher Center)
Open to the Public | Light refreshments will be served

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Rachel Rothschild is a current Furman Academic Scholar at New York University’s School of Law. She previously served on the faculty of NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized study after receiving her Ph.D. in History from Yale University with distinction.  

Her current book project, Poisonous Skies: Acid Rain and the Globalization of Pollution, will be –published next year by the University of Chicago Press.

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This Salon is sponsored by the Bobst Library Reference Departments (Business & Government Documents, Coles Science Center, and Social Sciences & Humanities Reference Center)