Dr. Alan Journet
Biology & Environmental Science
Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO
Co-facilitator, Southern Oregon Climate Action Now
Professional interests: Ecology, Conservation Biology.
Journet was a Professor of Biology and Environmental Science for 30 years at Southeast Missouri State University; he is now the co-founder and co-facilitator of Southern Oregon Climate Action Now with his wife Kathy Conway.
Former Assistant, Associate, Full Professor at Southeast Missouri State University Taught biology & environmental science, especially: processes of science, ecology, conservation biology
Former Visiting Assistant Professor at Texas A&M University
Former Senior Tutor at University of New South Wales
Former Post-doctoral Fellow at The Australian National University
Studied Entomology at McGill University
Studied Botany/Zoology at Cardiff University
We now know that among the activities in which we engage, the greatest source of greenhouse gas emissions is the combustion of the very fossil fuels that brought us so much economic success. -Dr. Alan Journet
If loss (from green house gas emissions and climate change) of our natural world and natural beauty isn’t alarming enough, we should remember that our agriculture, our fisheries, and our forestry are dependent on the same climatic conditions as the natural world. Indeed, they ARE our natural world. Thus, just as we risk losing our natural world, we risk losing our food and fiber. -Dr. Alan Journet