Huntington-USC Western Environment Series - Slick Policy: Environmental and Science Policy in the Aftermath of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill

Huntington-USC Western Environment Series - Slick Policy: Environmental and Science Policy in the Aftermath of the Santa Barbara Oil Spill
Sept 17, 2018

Monday, 4–5 p.m.

This fall, the Huntington-USC Institute on California and the West will kick off a suite of programs on the environmental history of the modern American West. In the first lecture, Teresa Sabol Spezio, visiting assistant professor in Environmental Analysis at Pitzer College, will discuss the 1969 oil spill in the Santa Barbara Channel, which galvanized the modern environmental movement in California and beyond. Free; no reservations required. Ahmanson Room, Botanical Center.

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