Date | December, 2015

Strategic Researcher with ALIGN

ALIGN: the Alliance for a Greater New York unites labor and community for a more just and sustainable New York. Formed by the merger of New York Jobs with Justice and Urban Agenda, ALIGN builds upon 20 years of creating good jobs, healthy communities, and a more accountable democracy for all New Yorkers. Successes include […]

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WhyHunger Communications Paid Internship Spring 2016

Position Description WhyHunger is seeking a creative, motivated and committed intern to assist the Communications Department in implementing strategic communications initiatives at a thriving global non-profit. WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and […]

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Student Reflections on COP21 Simulation

On December 2, with the COP21 climate negotiations ongoing in Paris, the Sustainable Cities Club and Change Forum held a student simulation of the UN Climate Conference, supported by the Tishman Environment and Design Center. Students played the part of delegates representing specific nations and groups of nations as they engaged in their own negotiations […]

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Public Programs Winter/Spring Internship at the Urban Green Council

Public Programs Internship: Winter/Spring 2016 Urban Green Council, the New York Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council, has an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual who is passionate about contributing to the growing green building movement. Working directly with the Public Programs Department, a full-time Public Programs Intern will assist with administration and outreach […]

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UC BIKE PARKING PROGRAM SURVEY

The New School Buildings Department is working on a special project with a group of students from Parsons’ School of Constructed Environments. The project is a student-led case study focusing on the effectiveness of the University Center bike parking facilities (the Bike Storage Room on L2) and its impact on our overall campus sustainability efforts. […]

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Opportunity at Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at University of Michigan

The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of Michigan (DDCSPUM) is looking for the future pioneers in the changing field of conservation. We want to support students who have leadership and academic potential and who are also committed to diversifying the field of conservation. Doris Duke Scholars are eager to be immersed in an experiential learning program […]

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Dr. Ana Baptista’s Reflections on Climate Justice in the Aftermath of COP21

TEDC’s Associate Director and Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management, Dr. Ana Baptista gives her thoughts on climate justice in the wake of the COP21 decisions. Activists and negotiators are returning home after an intense two weeks of protests and climate talks. The headlines herald a breakthrough agreement that commits […]

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Resources for “This Changes Everything”

Our “This Changes Everything” film screening and panel discussion sold out twice, but all hope is not lost. Whether you were able to attend, or you are interested in digging into climate change and capitalism on your own, we have compiled a list of resources to help you get started: This Changes Everything This Changes […]

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Faculty or Student Opportunity New School Waste Stream Project

   TEDC and Buildings Sustainable Initiatives are working to support engagement with the New School campus as a physical site of sustainable action and social transformation. In Spring 2016 our attention is focused on the New School waste stream. We are searching for faculty or students who want to engage this in their class or […]

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