The great debate continues about climate change with the fourth annual lecture series at Western Connecticut State University.

No matter how you feel about climate change, the public is invited to learn more about it over the next few weeks with the fourth annual lecture series happening at Western Connecticut State University.

The lecture series is being presented by the Jane Goodall Center for Excellence in Environmental Studies and is a five-part series of weekly Tuesday lectures by faculty and students from WCSU and Danbury High School about “Climate and Human Civilization”

According to wcsu.edu, the lecture series starts on Tuesday, March 19th and the topic will be "Climate Wildfires". Then on March 26th, the topic will be "Natural Disasters", and on April 2nd the discussion will focus on " The Impact of Climate Change on Arthropods". On April 9th, learn about the "Simple Things You Can Do To Prevent Global Warming", and finally on April 16th, the final lecture will look at the "Human Cost Of Climate Change".

The lectures are open to the general public and will be held in room 125 of the Science Building on the University's Mid-Town Campus. For more information visit wcsu.edu or call the Office of University Relations at (203) 837-8486.