Robert F. Kennedy Jr. 

Wednesday, March 31

“Nature is the infrastructure of our community, and if we want to protect our future and the dignity, enrichment and prosperity of our children, we’ve got to start by protecting our infrastructure,” said Robert F. Kennedy Jr. during a speech at Bucknell University.

As a member of the nation’s most prominent political family, Kennedy strives for a bipartisan defense for environmental concerns; he aims at reaching consensus beyond political agendas, and he solely serves the needs of planet Earth.

Hear this defense at the fourth-annual lecture series The Nature of Things, presented by Utah Museum of Natural History. This series unites environmental experts and explores their knowledge of green business practices, climate change and preservation of Utah’s sustainable future.

As the keynote speaker, Kennedy hopes to ignite a passion for the protection and preservation of our ecosystem. He acts as a catalyst of environmental consciousness by encouraging recognition and respect of natural resources as a foundation for a healthy spirit and a successful future.

Robert Kennedy Jr. @ Kingsbury Hall, 1395 East Presidents Circle, University of Utah, 801-581-7100, March 31, 7 p.m. UMNH.Utah.edu/Nature

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