Posted on January 27, 2013 by Jesse
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Posted on November 3, 2012 by Jesse
SIGN UP WITH THE SUSTAINABILITY OFFICE FOR THE NOVEMBER 13 EVENT IN PORTLAND.
(click the image above to register with Jesse and get more details)
FREE FOR STUDENTS. TRAVEL PROVIDED. LIMITED SPACE.
From the Do The Math website:
This Fall, Bill McKibben and 350.org are going on tour across America to build the movement we need to face the crisis of climate change.
On Nov. 13th, Bill will be in Portland, Maine to lay out the terrifying new math of climate change, explaining the incredible odds we face, and the difficult path we must walk in the coming years to create a livable future for our planet.
Here are the details:
Where: State Theater, 609 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101
When: Nov. 13th, Doors open at 6 PM, show starts at 7 PM
Bill will be joined by the band Melodeego, and friends from across the climate movement and beyond to explain how together we can confront the fossil fuel industry, using lessons from the most successful movements of the past century and the past year of dramatic new actions against the industry across the country.
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Posted on December 22, 2011 by Jesse
Unity College documentary film students created this film and debuted it at our recent Student Conference. It follows a crop of pumpkins from a corrections re-entry garden project, through a global climate action campaign, and to the local food pantry. There’s so much good learning in this project for our students — story telling, technical skill, outreach and professional development, project management, etc., etc.. What really impresses me, though, is the film’s demonstration of local responses to global challenges.
This connection of what we’re learning on our small campus to the broader social picture is exemplary of Unity’s approach to sustainability education. Unity’s a small school with a special focus in a seemingly out-of-the-way place; yet the real work of sustainability is happening in this community and our students are a part of it. Kudos to all the documentary film students and professor John Z. for telling the story so well.
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Posted on September 22, 2011 by Jesse