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April 22, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo. |  By: Coffey

Climatologist Speaks on Northwest Campus

A 2007 Nobel Peace Prize winner. Dr. Jean Brennan spoke on the Northwest Missouri State campus last night. Brennan is a landscape conservation coordinator for the US Fish and Wildlife Service and was honored for her contribution to understanding climate change. Brennan says it's important to act now to help conserve earth's resources.

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Brennan says each individual can make a huge difference by conserving energy and recycling whenever possible. Brennan also serves on the scientific advisory board for the Endangered Species Coalition where she helps address the impact of climate change on wildlife and natural ecosystems.