Watch this youtube video of former John Jay MPA student Wendy Chavez  interviewing former John Jay Sustainability and Environmental Justice Program faculty member Lieselot Bisschop about environmental justice struggles of local communities dealing with powerful external forces.

John Jay College recently earned a “Silver” rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). STARS, AASHE’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, measures and encourages sustainability in all …

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Recording of our April 19, 2021 Harmony with Nature in Sustainability Panel Discussion, following The Condor & The Eagle film screening and impact campaign. Panelists: Chief Vincent Mann, Casey Camp-Horinek, Craig Kauffman, Erica Cowper and Lindsey Kayman

Recording of an April 14, 2021 webinar hosted by the Environmental Justice and Sustainability Program. Speakers are Tria Case, CUNY Executive Director of Sustainability and Energy Conservation, and Laurie Reilly, Sustainable CUNY Director of Communications about the Sustainability Programs at …

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Artwork by Justice Maltese

Invitation: Please join the Environmental Justice program, the International Criminal Justice MA Program, the Sustainability Council, and the Environmental Club for a screening of the film, The Condor and the Eagle (watch anytime during April 17-19). Then, join us on Monday, April …

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Join our event on Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Learn about CUNY’s role in promoting solar power and how the University is well on its way to meeting the goal of the NYC Climate Mobilization Act to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 40% by 2030, compared to 2006 levels.

April 30, 2020 Presentation and Q&A over Zoom A presentation about ecological destruction, cultural history, and the urgency of action, with an in-depth focus on education and community projects. Artist, Mary Ting is an adjunct associate professor in the Art …

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