Karin Wittman was a guest faculty member at the Solheimar Ecovillage in Iceland last year and has returned with an illustrated talk about Iceland and its approach to global climate change. She will present her talk at the Camden Public Library on Tuesday, June 14 at 6:30 p.m.

Wittman will share slides and stories about the beauty of Iceland’s stark landscape, the wisdom and resilience of its people, and new insights into global climate change. While in Iceland Wittman was a guest faculty member at Solheimar Ecovillage, a self-supporting community with organic farming, thermal and solar energy, numerous workshops and small-scale production projects, and a thriving cultural life.

She is a faculty member with the Center for Ecological Living and Learning . She has taught university experiential expedition education programs for CELL and the Audubon Expedition Institute  for the last 10 years and has traveled extensively throughout North America with student groups. Wittman has also worked in the fields of wildlife research and environmental education. She has a doctorate in Natural Resource Management from Colorado State University. She lives in Searsmont.