Climate and the Natural World: Wonders Of, Dangers To
11:00 am - 11:45 am
Sunday, November 6, 2022
Capitol Auditorium E1.004
1100 Congress Avenue, Austin Texas

Pulitzer Prize finalist author David Mark Haskell, a professor of biology whose previous Songs of Trees won the John Burroughs Medal for Outstanding Nature Writing, is out with a new book that glories in the abundant sounds of nature. The Kirkus-starred Sounds Wild and Broken celebrates sonic marvels ranging from the songs of whales to the trills of tree crickets. Science writer Juli Berwald’s Booklist-starred Life on the Rocks focuses on ocean wonders—specifically the majestic coral reefs that many are fighting to save against very long odds.


Moderator: Mose Buchele, energy and environment correspondent for KUT 90.5, Austin’s NPR Station, and host of podcast The Disconnect: Power, Politics and the Texas BlackoutJuli Berwald, David George Haskell, Life on the Rocks: Building a Future for Coral Reefs, Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution’s Creativity, and the Crisis Of Sensory Extinction


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