Prairie Research Institute Anniversary Lecture Series

Bill Shilts speaks at Prairie Research Institute Lecture Series

2014: Bill Shilts, Founding Executive Director, Prairie Research Institute

Nunavut: Canada's Frozen Territory
April 30, 2014

View Shilts' lecture on YouTube

John White The Illinois Prairie and Its People: Pst, Present, and Future

2013: Scott W. Tinker, Director, Bureau of Economic Geology & State Geologist of Texas Professor, Allday Endowed Chair of Subsurface Geology

SWITCH: Discover the future of energy
Film screening and discussion
December 3, 2013

View the trailer here Vimeo

John White The Illinois Prairie and Its People: Past, Present, and Future

2013: John White, Ecological Services, Urbana. Former Chief Ecologist, The Nature Conservancy

The Illinois Prairie and Its People: Past, Present, and Future
October 22, 2013

View White's lecture on YouTube

Andrew Revkin 9 BILLION PEOPLE + 1 EARTH = ?

2012: Andrew Revkin, Dot Earth blogger for the New York Times

9 BILLION PEOPLE + 1 EARTH = ?
October 24, 2012

View Revkin’s lecture on YouTube

Listen to Revkin's WILL-AM 580 interview.

Mike Loudin Energy in the 21st Century

2011: Mike Loudin, ExxonMobil Exploration Company

Energy in the 21st Century
October 6, 2011

Listen to Loudin's WILL-AM 580 interview.

Willie Cade The Truth, Tragedy, and Transformation of E-Waste

2009: Willie Cade, PC Rebuilders & Recyclers

The Truth, Tragedy, and Transformation of E-Waste
November 11, 2009

Listen to Cade's WILL-AM 580 interview.

The Prairie Research Institute Lecture Series is supported by donors to the Naturally Illinois Expo and Lecture Series Fund.



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