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What Will Change: Eli Nadeau on Decolonization and Resistance

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our series, What Will Change, members of The New School community reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. DECOLONIZE ALL THE PLACES By Eli Nadeau […]

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What Will Change: Timo Rissanen on Fashion, Fossil Fuels, and Activism

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By Timo Rissanen It has been […]

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What Will Change: Tanya Kalmanovitch on Music and Social Change

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. by: Tanya Kalmanovitch It is a […]

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What Will Change: Nadia Elrokhsy on Policy and Resistance

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. We> By Nadia Elrokhsy A personal look […]

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What Will Change: Ana Baptista on Environmental Justice

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. Environmental Justice in a Time of […]

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What Will Change: Bhawani Venkataraman on Evidence-Based Environmental Policies

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By: Bhawni Venkataraman President Obama’s environmental agenda […]

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What Will Change: Rafi Youatt on Border Politics and Ecology

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By Rafi Youatt I study the […]

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What Will Change: Fabio Parasecoli on Food

The next four years will prove to be unprecedented in the roll-back and dismantling of environmental protections. In our new series, What Will Change, Tishman Center Affiliated Faculty reflect on the environmental and social justice impacts of the election results from the perspectives of their research, practice, and passion. By: Fabio Parasecoli My work focuses […]

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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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EVENT: Climate Change, Cities and Youth Engagement

When: Thursday, November 19, 2015 from 4:00 – 6:30 pm Where: Wollman Hall, Eugene Lang College, B500 65 West 11th Street, Room B500, New York, NY Join us as we examine the role of urban young people in promoting policy action on climate change. During this interactive event we will discuss how children and youth can and are providing solutions […]

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