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Please join the College of the Environment as we host FILMMAKER ABBY HORTON ’11 in VICTORIA MAMAS Short film screening and discussionWednesday, April 30 – NOON Downey House Room 113 Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP by April 28thto VMARINELLI@WESLEYAN.EDU

WHY: Much of the conversation around climate change is dominated by the narrative of “doom-and-gloom.” We believe it is time to focus on solutions in order to move towards climate justice. The focus on the right kinds of solutions from a myriad of perspectives can help put us on the path towards a better future. […]

Michigan-based folk musicians and environmental activists Samuel Seth Bernard and May Erlewine will participate in a performance and conversation over a vegan dinner for Wesleyan students, faculty and staff. This free event is entitled “Music & Conversation with Seth and May” and is being hosted by Rani Arbo on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 from 4:30pm […]

Where on Earth has EON been? Where on Earth is EON going? The Environmental Organizer’ Network (EON), is a network of environmental and climate activists and a platform for furthering sustainability initiatives in our community. EON has been on a little hiatus, but it’s time we bring it back. This event is an open discussion […]

Join Professor Chernoff as he discusses the academic components of the College of the Environment, which is comprised of the Environmental Studies Linked Major and the Environmental Studies Certificate. The discussion will take place: Date: Wednesday, October 17, 2012 Location: Exley Science Center, Room 058 Time: NOON – 1pm Any questions, please contact Valerie Marinelli […]