Video

Gus Speth Calls for a New Environmentalism

December, 2014 – Environmental Studies Department Colloquium
In this video, James Gustave Speth briefly recaps the 44 years that have transpired since the first Earth Day and discusses the urgency for a new environmentalism.

See other E.S. Department videos

Local Solutions: Northeast Climate Change Preparedness Conference (2014)

Keynotes and Discussions (Days 1-2)

Educators Summit (Day 3)

May, 2014

Local communities are not prepared to meet the challenges of the recent and projected onslaught of climate impacts into their daily operations. The Educators Summit addressed this problem by helping middle and high school teachers and students design Common Core, STEM, & Next Generation Science curriculum to engage students as citizen scientists working in collaboration with community planners and leaders.

The Educators Summit helped middle and high school teachers and community leaders engage with students as citizen scientists working to better prepare their natural and human-built communities for the impacts of climate change.

 

Other Videos:

Lebanon In Depth: Climate Change

Lebanon, NH 2013 – Michael Simpson interviewed by Lebanon City Manager Greg Lewis.

A CATV production (Upper Valley local community access television station).

NJ Adapt Story Map: Newark’s East Ferry Area

The East Ferry part of Newark is particularly vulnerable to flooding and other environmental impacts. This story map provides an overview of the impacts to the area from Hurricane Sandy as well as how future flood hazards could affect the neighborhood as a result of sea level rise. 

Upcoming Events

Mar23

Communicating About Clean Energy and Climate Change Solutions

Participants in this webinar will learn the basics of developing an effective climate engagement strategy for their target audiences. This webinar will cover a summary of public opinion on clean energy and climate issues, tips on developing values based framing, examples of community engagement approaches, and common communication challenges and how to overcome these challenges based on translated and applied social science research.
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