Indianapolis Star Reports on E.O. Wilson's DePauw Appearance
November 9, 2006
November 9, 2006, Greencastle, Ind. - "The world risks severe losses in wealth and security from damage to the environment, a Pulitzer Prize-winning writer and biologist said," reports the Indianapolis Star
. The article, headlined "Heavy price for eco-damage seen," continues, "'Biodiversity, which took over 3.5 billion years to evolve, is being eroded at an accelerated rate by human activity,' said E.O. Wilson in a speech at DePauw University last night. 'The loss is, if not abated and halted, going to inflict a permanent, heavy price in wealth and security.'"
Read more at the newspaper's Web site. A lengthy summary of Dr. Wilson's address, including video and audio clips, can be accessed here.