This 1972 shot of the Earth called the “blue marble” taken by the crew of Apollo 17 was part of Donald Worster’s lecture Saturday at the Sierra Club — Kansas Chapter’s Second Biennial Conference with a theme of “The Moral Imperative of the Climate Crisis.”
This 1972 shot of the Earth called the “blue marble” taken by the crew of Apollo 17 was part of Donald Worster’s lecture Saturday at the Sierra Club — Kansas Chapter’s Second Biennial Conference with a theme of “The Moral Imperative of the Climate Crisis.” . Special to The Star
This 1972 shot of the Earth called the “blue marble” taken by the crew of Apollo 17 was part of Donald Worster’s lecture Saturday at the Sierra Club — Kansas Chapter’s Second Biennial Conference with a theme of “The Moral Imperative of the Climate Crisis.” . Special to The Star

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