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Earth Week Spotlight: Maya Lazzaro

As Earth Week at The New School approaches, it is time to explore some of our special guests that will be a part of this event-filled week. Maya Lazzaro will be one of multiple individuals that will be a part of a panel focusing on Native Sovereignty during Earth Week. Maya is currently a Senior […]

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LEAP Entrepreneurship Club Partners with Sure We Can During Earth Week

LEAP Entrepreneurship Club is partnering with Sure We Can Recycling Center during Earth Week to collect plastic bottles and aluminum cans at The New School, which will support Sure We Can’s mission to support the local community, particularly the most vulnerable residents, and promote social inclusion, environmental awareness, and economic empowerment. Look out for donation spots in the […]

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Earth Week at The New School 2017 is here!

Earth Week at The New School 2017 is April 15-22. Earth Week is dedicated to championing environmental justice, inspiring activism through artistic expression and design, fostering professional opportunities in environmental sectors, promoting sustainable practices, and advancing sustainability in New York City and the world. Check out what will be going on this Earth Week!  Textile Scrap […]

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Who’s Behind the Earth Week Logo?

As Earth Week at The New School approaches, the Tishman Center talks logistics with Earth Week Logo creator, George Ellis. George Ellis, who graduated from Parsons in the Spring of 2016 with an M.S. in Strategic Design and Management, has had quite the journey to get to where he is now. George came to the […]

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Trash Free Waters Partnership Meeting Highlights

  On March 16th, The New School community was invited to join the Trash Free Waters Partnership Meeting to hear from local experts about ongoing efforts to reduce plastic debris in our waterways, including a presentation by New School faculty Barent Roth. The TFW Partnership NY/NJ, formerly led by EPA Region 2, is a collaborative effort across public, private, […]

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Call for Submissions – Sustainapalooza IV: Climate Chaos, A Crisis in Health

Sustainapalooza is an annual event for young people engaged in efforts to facilitate enhanced urban resiliency and sustainability. This year, Sustainapalooza will take place on Saturday, April 15th as we think about the theme of health–personal, ecological, and social. We are currently in the process of organizing workshops, guest panelists, speakers and gathering submissions of […]

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Beyond the Polar Bears – Second Climate Change Illustration Workshop

Thursday, February 16, 2017 2 West 13th Street, Room L1104  3:00pm – 3:50pm Create images for a global climate movement. Join us, as Guy Billout shares his work and processes in storytelling for the second micro-workshop for our 350.org climate change project, Beyond the Polar Bear! Guy Billout is an internationally renowned artist and illustrator […]

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LUBA LUKOVA Featured speaker for the Climate Change project: Beyond The Polar Bears Create images for a Global Climate Movement

Luba Lukova will share her art processes and Social Justice Posters. Bring your laptops and sketchbooks. Weds. February, 8, 20173:00 – 3:50 Room 11042 West 13th Street Regarded as one of the most distinctive image makers working today, artist, graphic designer and social activist Luba Lukova focuses on issues such as peace, censorship, immigration, ecology, […]

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Earth Week 2016 In Pictures: A Gallery of Select Events from Earth Week 2016

Photos by J. Grassi. Climate Ribbons TEDC Faculty Research Panel TEDC Scholars Lunch and Learn Pop Up Print Shop Irresistible Resistance

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TEDC Sustainability Associate Molly Craft Johnson Writes About Environmental Justice and Earth Week

In honor of Earth Week at The New School, TEDC Sustainability Associate, Molly Craft Johnson,  wrote an article for the Center of New York City Affairs Urban Matters called “Environmental Justice Takes Center Stage On Earth Day.” Looking at environmental justice crises such as the elevated levels of lead in both Flint, MI and Newark, NJ, she states: …the […]

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