This really cool event is happening TODAY:
In the wake of the recent election, Climate Ambassadors and the Outhouse are hosting an open forum to discuss future directions in a political situation where federal climate legislation is likely to become stagnant. This forum is a platform to discuss potential initiatives and collaborations to develop a network of individuals interested in encouraging environmentally responsible behavior despite changes in leadership in the federal government.
We welcome any contributions and insights that folks may have on environmental activism, whether it be from personal experience, academic study or other means. This forum is open to all members of the Wesleyan and Middletown community. Here is the Facebook event.
Place: Exley 150 (Tischler Hall)
An event presented by Climate Ambassadors:
Interested in food? Interested in the environment? Interested in how they affect each other? Concerned about climate change, social inequality, and environmental responsibility?
Climate Ambassadors is hosting a faculty panel to address these issues! Professors Lori Gruen (PHIL/ENVS/FGSS), Tony Hatch (SISP/SOC), and Sharisse Kanet (PHIL) will be discussing the impact of big agriculture on the environment and its role in climate change. We will also look at how often institutions, such as Wesleyan, invest in big agriculture, and the social effects of changes to big agriculture, including public health implications. Also, there will be FREE TYPHOON DINNER!!! (yes FREE!)
Date: Tuesday, February 9
Time: 6:30-8 PM
Place: PAC 001
Hannah Adams ’13 and Ally Ruchman ’16 wants your activism to be more effective:
Like social change? Like winning? Great, see you Thursday night! Come learn and discuss how to run (and win!) strategic campaigns on campus and off. This workshop will focus on the grassroots campaign skills of recruitment, campaign planning, and leadership development. This event is open to individuals and groups.
Save yourself/your group a spot here. More info after jump.
Climate Ambassadors, Wesleyan’s hot new climate justice group, is heating up the campus faster than greenhouse gas emissions are heating up the planet:
Climate Ambassadors is hosting a screening of Split Estate followed by a discussion with State RepresentativeMatt Lesser ’07 and Ariana Shapiro, an anti-fracking activist who has organized civil disobedience demonstrations against the natural gas industry in upstate New York.
Come to learn about and discuss the issues of hydro-fracking on a state and national scale, as well as how Wesleyan is complicit in this unjust industry.
Date: Tuesday, April 16
Time: 8:00 p.m.
Place: Downey House 113
Read more after the jump.