Tag Archives: pollution

Wesleyan World Wednesdays: Clean Water Talk

From Grad Student Dana Pellegrino:

Come listen to Wesleyan students and alums talk about why clean water saves lives and how they’ve helped to create innovative solutions for contaminated water. Refreshments will be served.

Alum Max Perel-Slater writes in that:

Additionally, we will provide information about the new Maji Safi Group Cardinal Internship for students interested in working with the organization in  Shirati, Tanzania during the summer of 2013.

Date: Today, December 5
Time: 4:30pm
Place: Allbritton 311
Cost: Free Food!

Happening Now: Redeveloping Our Brownfields: An Open Forum for Education and Discussion

From Maggie Feldman-Piltch ’14:

Brownfields are sites recognized by the state or federal government as contaminated by toxins. More than three exist within the limits of Middletown, including on Long Lane Farm, and both Beckham Hall and 41 Wyllys are remediated brownfield sites.

Join members of Professor Lori Gruen’s “Justice and the Environment” for an educational discussion regarding Middletown-area brownfields and how we can get involved in their remediation and redevelopment. Light Refreshments will be served!

Date: Saturday, November 17th
Time: 2pm-3pm
Place: 41 Wyllys, Olson Commons
Facebook Event: Link.