Hedgehogs and Foxes: Toward Climate Pragmatism
The Sam Rose ’58 and Julie Walters Prize at Dickinson College for Global Environmental Activism will be presented this year to Armond Cohen, founder and executive director of the Clean Air Task Force (CATF). The $100,000 prize is given annually to an individual or organization that makes a defining difference and advances responsible action on behalf of the planet, its resources and people.
As a recipient of the Rose-Walters Prize, Cohen will present a variety of lectures and discussions with Dickinson students and community members during a virtual residency this fall. His public lecture, “Hedgehogs and Foxes: Toward Climate Pragmatism,” will be presented via livestream on Monday, Oct. 12, at 7 p.m. Cohen will address how climate pragmatism embraces multiple strategies and technologies, and a variety of market and policy approaches, to find what works. A link to view the lecture will be available at Dickinson.edu/Cohen.