Book Talk: “End of Eden: Wild Nature in an Age of Climate Breakdown”

Event time: 
Wednesday, October 11, 2023 - 5:00pm
Sage Hall, Room 24 See map
205 Prospect Street
Event description: 
Join SAGE Magazine, YPCCC, and Yale Environment 360 for a discussion with Adam Welz about The End of Eden: Wild Nature in an Age of Climate Breakdown. In his new book, Adam explores the cascading effects of climate change on a broad range of species and their ecosystems. The End of Eden has earned plaudits from leading environmental writers including Elizabeth Kolbert, Bill McKibben, and David Wallace-Wells. Adam will start the discussion by explaining why he wrote The End of Eden, and the implications of its conclusions. The second half of the event will be open for Q&A. This event is part of the Yale Center for Environmental Communication’s speaker series. 
Bio: Adam Welz is an enthusiastic naturalist and widely traveled environmental writer, photographer, and filmmaker. His work has appeared in Yale Environment 360, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Ensia, and many other outlets worldwide. He’s a recipient of a Middlebury Fellowship in Environmental Journalism and currently lives in Cape Town with his wife and triplet daughters. Find him on Instagram @adamwelz @adamwelz.wild.