Whether you are concerned about Earth sustainability or you are galvanized by the prospective technological and economic advancements from space exploration, you should care about space sustainability. Consider how we can maximize the effectiveness of using space for addressing global challenges!
At the end of the Moon Landing in Context’s 18-month exploration of the historical, social, cultural, political, and policy contexts of the Apollo era, this one day symposium brings together a multidisciplinary group of renowned scholars to illustrate the urgency to focus on space sustainability that is the secure, sustainable, and peaceful use of space for the benefit of planet Earth and all its peoples.
The symposium will be anchored by a keynote presentation by Dr. Danielle Wood.
Registration is required. You may register or purchase a ticket here.*
*Please note: this event is free for members of the Framingham State University community. A $25 fee applies to members of other colleges, universities, and the general public.
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