Events

  • Addison County Greenhouse Gas Inventory

    Richard Hopkins and Duncan Kreps ‘23 present an update to the Climate Economy Action Center’s biannual greenhouse gas inventory, and describe actions being taken (and that one can join) to reduce our county’s production of greenhouse gases.

    Axinn Center 229

    Open to the Public
  • Climate/Environment Coordinating Group

    Groups from across campus working on climate / justice / environment efforts will gather to discuss priorities, plans, needs, and opportunities to collaborate.

    Axinn Center 229

    Closed to the Public
  • Howard E. Woodin Environmental Studies Colloquium Series

    “Reading and Writing Climate” by Megan Mayhew-Bergman, Assistant Professor of English.

    Assistant Professor of English Megan Mayhew-Bergman will read from her new book, How Strange a Season, and talk about how she navigates writing both climate fiction and climate journalism. She’ll discuss how she finds material, conducts field work, and decides what content becomes fiction and what becomes journalism. Megan will leave a significant period of time open for student questions on how to break into these fields and build a writing career.

    Franklin Environmental Center, The Orchard-Hillcrest 103

    Open to the Public
  • Environmental Studies Thesis Presentation

    “Community-Based Coral Reef Restoration Monitoring in the Caribbean”

    An Environmental Studies Program senior thesis presentation by Elizabeth Grace Kroger ’22.5, Conservation Biology (ES-BIOL joint) major.

    McCardell Bicentennial Hall 219

    Open to the Public

Related Events Around Campus

  • Yankee Reaction to French-Canadian Migration to New England in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries

    The RCGA International and Global Colloquium Series presents William Poulin-Deltour, professor of French and Francophone Studies, Middlebury College, discussing reactions to French-Canadian migrants in New England in late 19th and early 20th centuries, and descendants of that migration relatively recent “discovery” of being “Abenaki.”

    Robert A. Jones '59 Conference Room

    Open to the Public
  • Documentary Screening: March of the Penguins

    The Biology SAC is hosting a documentary screening of ‘March of the Penguins’ as Emperor Penguins were just granted protection under the Endangered Species Act. The documentary depicts the yearly journey of the Emperor Penguins of Antarctica.

    Axinn Center 232

    Open to the Public
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