A non-exhaustive list of helpful resources related to the 2021 “Radical Implications: Facing a Planetary Emergency” Clifford Symposium.


From Our Guest Speakers

Middlebury faculty/community

Related Events

Campus Resources and Programs 

  • Exploring Careers in the Green Economy MiddVantage Interview Series 
  • Fall Exhibition: Art and Protest: Artists as Agents of Social Change
    • Middlebury College Museum of Art, Mahaney Arts Center
    • This exhibition features art created to shed light on injustice and inequity, challenge hierarchies, and advocate for social progress. It aims to offer a sense of the breadth and depth that protest art encompasses—and includes environmental works by the Guerrilla Girls, George Osodi, Swoon, James Balog, and Frans Krajcberg.
    • Learn more about the exhibition (and how to book a free, required reservation to visit the Museum) here. Thank you for understanding that only Middlebury College students, faculty, and staff approved to be on campus can visit the Museum at this time. Can’t visit in person? Stay updated on associated virtual events and changes to museum access policies at museum.middlebury.edu
  • Middlebury California Climate Semester
    • In the California Climate Semester, students spend the winter and spring at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey learning from climate leaders at the graduate level. After an introduction to the climate issues of California, students will take an experiential learning course as well as electives from MIIS’ International Environmental Policy degree program, including environmental history, environmental justice, ocean and coastal economics, renewable energy and policy, and land use planning.
  • Middlebury School of the Environment
    • The Middlebury School of the Environment is an intensive summer program in Yunnan, China, known for its bio-cultural diversity. The program combines both traditional coursework and leadership training to help students prepare themselves to become agents of positive change in the world. Students take three courses over the six weeks and learn about community-based sustainability initiatives through fieldwork and workshops with international environmental organizations.

Community Resources



Climate Change Fiction