Hal Crimmel

Hal Crimmel
Rodney H. Brady Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of English at Weber State University

Hal is Rodney H. Brady Distinguished Professor and Chair of the Department of English at Weber State University, a 27,000-student institution north of Salt Lake City. Hal was founding co-chair of WSU’s Environmental Issues Committee. He teaches environmental and sustainability issues in the Honors and General Education programs, as well as field studies courses. A former fellow at the Rachel Carson Center in Munich, Hal has published five books, among them Dinosaur: Four Seasons on the Green and Yampa Rivers and Desert Water: The Future of Utah’s Water Resources. His latest book, Utah’s Air Quality Issues: Problems and Solutions, will be published by the University of Utah Press in 2019. His documentary film, The Rights of Nature: A Global Movement was completed in 2018 with co-producers Val Berros (Argentina) and Issac Goeckeritz (USA) and is available for screening in the U.S. and abroad.

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