Nancy Langston is this week’s service speaker for the Chequamegon Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. She is a professor of environmental history in the Department of Social Sciences, the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Sciences, and the Great Lakes Research Center at Michigan Technological University. Her research examines water policy, history, and governance. Former president of the American Society for Environmental History and editor of Environmental History, she is author of four books about environmental change, including the recently-published Sustaining Lake Superior. She was the King’s Professor of Environmental Sciences in Sweden, where she worked on Sami opposition to mining projects, and she was awarded an honorary doctorate from Umea University in Sweden as well.
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