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John Jay Students Doing Awesome Things – Environmental Justice Radio Shows

Four Environmental Justice Radio Shows Created by Students American marine biologist and conservationist Rachel Carson once said, “The more clearly we can focus our attention on the wonders and realities of the universe, the less taste we shall have for

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Our Climate Now Teach In

COMING SOON   Teach in – Our Climate Now February 9, 2017, 1:40-3:00 pm Haaren Hall, Room 630 EVIDENCE AND IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE, Dr. Pushker Kharecha, Columbia Earth Institute and NASA GISS LEGAL OPTIONS FOR FIGHTING BACK, Kimberly Ong

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EcoCinema Cafe: 3-day Marathon of Films & Discussions

4th annual EcoCinema Cafe, a 3-day Marathon of Films & Discussions April 24-26, 2017, Morning till Night New Building Student Dining Hall

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Very Cool Exhibitions

A couple of exhibitions at the Cooper Hewitt that are worth checking out for those interested in sustainability issues. One is an exhibit on re-using textiles and the other one considers design options for an America that is facing a

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Art Exhibit at JJC – Endangered

Big Important Event on Campus! Attend!! Opening Event Nov 16 PRESENTATION & OPENING RECEPTION Wednesday, November 16, 2017 4:30-6:30 Battle Zone Rhino Kathi Lynn Austin CITES 2016 Brian Gaisford Room 630, Haaren Hall, John Jay College, 899 10th Avenue/59 Street 6:30-8:30 President’s Gallery

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Book Review: Voices in the Ocean

Review of Voices in the Ocean by Susan Casey Reviewed by Joan Hoffman A steady stream of surprises flows from the absorbing and moving book on dolphins (and Beluga whales), Voices in the Ocean (2015) by Susan Casey. My ignorance

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Field Trip with SUS 200

On Tuesday, September 20th, 2016 Introduction to Sustainability Studies class students and their professor Milena Popov went on a field trip to Brooklyn Botanic Garden. On this field trip the students have experienced different climates, plant adaptations, and biodiversity walking around

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Podcast: Prof Rutledge and School Lunches

Professor Rutledge got to speak about her work on the history of school lunches on the radio show This is Hell! Some of this work has been discussed at the Sustainability’s lunch roundtables a few years ago. Have a listen:

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Black Rock Forest

by Tim Poon When we hear about the American Museum of Natural History, we immediately imagine the breathtaking exhibits that the museum has to offer, or the 26th President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, who helped create the museum.

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Blog Post by SUS program member Kaitlin Mondello

Great read by SUS program member Kaitlin Mondello on Permaculture in the Anthropocene. Check it out here:

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