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Join Dr. Doug and members of the Discovering Alabama team at the Alabama Museum of Natural History for a special premiere of Discovering Alabama’s latest episode, “Alabama Quadricentennial”.  In this show, host Doug Phillips is joined by several leading environmental scientists who provide their expert perspective in addressing the question, “What will Alabama’s natural environment be like by the time of the state’s Quadricentennial?”  Consideration is given to global and national issues of population pressures, altered ecosystems, and other aspects of environmental change likely to affect Alabama’s future. Included is commentary obtained during the precious moments of Discovering Alabama’s last visit with the late Dr. E.O. Wilson.
 

Date/Time

This free event will be taking place on Thursday Evening August 10, 2023, starting at 6:30 pm.

  • 6:30 p.m. Light hors d’oeuvres
  • 7:00 p.m. Video presentation, “Alabama Quadricentennial”
  • Q&A Open Discussion Following the Showing

Location

This event will be taking place at the Alabama Museum of Natural History (Smith Hall, The University of Alabama campus).

 

The street address is 427 Sixth Avenue, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487.

 

Check out the Directions page for step-by-step directions and parking and public transit info.

 

RSVP

This is a FREE event, but we’d like to know how many will be attending so please RSVP by calling 205-348-2039 or emailing hkhamilton@ua.edu.

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