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Jay Turner gives lectures and leads discussions related to climate change, climate action, and prospects for a clean-energy transition.  His contact information is available here.

RECENT PRESENTATIONS WITH RECORDINGS

SEPTEMBER 2022

Book launch at Harvard Book Store via Zoom.  

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SEPTEMBER 2022

Book talk as part of The Greenhouse Center

for Environmental Humanities'

Book Talk Series

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OCTOBER 2020

"Charged: The History of Batteries and Prospects for a Clean Energy Future".  A Knapp/Newhouse at Home Presentation.  Wellesley College.

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JANUARY 2020

"Climate Disorder: Global Warming in the Age of Trump."  Albright Institute, Wellesley College.

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PAST EVENTS

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Paper at Building Ecosystems/Selling Natures

Conference at the Hagley Museum, Wilmington, Delaware.

OCTOBER 2022

JUNE 2022

Address to the Bosnian-Herzegovinian American Academy of Arts and Sciences (BHAAAS) in Sarajevo on 23 June 2022.

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APRIL 2022

Book talk on Charged for the Modern America Workshop, Department of History, Princeton University.

DECEMBER 2021

"What's the Matter with Batteries?" for MIT Seminar on Agricultural and Environmental History