• Conscious Consumerism Conscious Consumerism: Current Landscape for Business and Individuals Sustainability Practice Network – Bard MBA in Sustainabiltiy We can all do our part in sharing existing resources and limiting new purchases, but the reality is that we are all still consumers. When we need to buy something, we can make an effort to be conscious consumers, taking into ...
  • Greening the Grid Greening the Grid: New York’s Energy Future Tuesday, December 5 at 6:30 pm at the Museum of the City of New York (1220 Fifth Avenue) The Museum of the City of New York (MCNY), as part of its ongoing program New York’s Future in a Changing Climate, will present a panel discussion on the city’s future energy ...
  • New York City’s Streams – A Lecture by Eric Sanderson New York City’s Streams – A Lecture by Eric Sanderson As beautiful as New York can be at times, the big buildings are as nothing compared to the humble artistry of a free-flowing stream running down to the sea. In this presentation, Dr. Eric Sanderson of the Welikia Project at the Wildlife Conservation Society and author ...
  • City of Rising Waters City of Rising Waters: A Symposium Sunday, October 22, 2017, 2:00 PM The Museum of the City of New York will be hosting a symposium to mark the five year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, a watershed moment for New Yorkers’ awareness of the devastating impacts of climate change.  This afternoon program will examine how New York City can survive ...
  • Kate Troll, “The Great Unconformity: Reflections on Hope in an Imperiled World” Come join us October 12th to hear Alaskan Kate Troll share her stories and insights in dealing with being green in a bright red state. Most importantly Kate’s talk will focus on climate change and her “10 Points of Hope for Progress on Climate Change.” In her new book, The Great Unconformity: Reflections on Hope in ...
  • Sustainable CUNY CleanTech Scholars Internships As a part of Sustainable CUNY’s CleanTech Scholars Program, CUNY is continually looking for interns. The interns will support Sustainable CUNY staff in their energy and sustainability efforts and are financially supported through CUNY’s Con Edison Scholars Program. Students will earn up to $5,000 for the internship. Applicants, in partnership with a CUNY faculty member, ...
  • Bella Gaia – Beautiful Earth The Earth Engineering Center at Columbia University will be hosting “Bella Gaia – Beautiful Earth”, a performance with panel discussion presented by Kenji Williams, on Friday, October 6, 2017, from 6:00 to 9:00 PM in the Davis Auditorium. Bella Gaia tells a cosmic story, exploring both human and natural expressions of the Living Universe, illuminating the relationship between civilization and nature ...
  • Drawing Water: Artist Talk and Workshop with Stacy Levy Drawing Water: Artist Talk and Workshop with Stacy Levy Spend a visually engaging evening with Stacy Levy at a lecture on water, art, and ecology. Levy is an internationally known artist who specializes in creating artful, site-specific interventions and engagements with water ecology. This event will explore Levy’s collaborations with urban nature that meld art, engineering ...
  • The Great Subway Race of 1967 The Great Subway Race of 1967 Fifty years ago an M.I.T. computer whiz kid named Peter Samson and a group of his schoolmates attempted one of the most audacious stunts in the history of the New York City subway system. Samson programmed M.I.T.’s PDP-6 mainframe computer — about the size of a passenger elevator — to ...
  • Is New York’s Future Sustainable? UPDATE:  There has been a change in the speaker lineup for the Gotham Center’s event on the future of sustainability in New York City.  Eric W. Sanderson of the Wildlife Conservation Society who recently spoke at an event hosted by the Institute will be speaking, as well as Denise Hoffman Brandt, Director of the Graduate ...

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