Climate Change Educational Initiative Events

Students and faculty in participating courses are encouraged to attend these Climate Change events. Some events are open to the public.

Climate Change Initiative Park Bench - photo - 314x262

SEPTEMBER

Finding Common Ground: Brown Bag
(with professor Mairi Pileggi)
9/9, 12:00-1:30 p.m.
Edgehill Garden Room
(Food will be served and free admission)


Setting the Stage: Panel on Climate Change
(Panelists: Lara Rozzell, Renewable Energy Coordinator, National Park Service; Dr. Andrew Jones, Postdoctoral Fellow, Climate Science Department, Lawrence Berkeley Labs; Dr. Wil Burns, Co-Executive Director, Forum for Climate Engineering Assessment)
9/16, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Guzman Lecture Hall
(Pizza will be served and free admission)


International PARKing Day
(Karrie Hovey's ART 1082, 3D Design class, will create a temporary "parklett" in downtown San Rafael to bring attention to how public space is created and allocated.)
9/18
Downtown San Rafael on Fourth Street between C and D streets
(Free admission)

Climate Change Initiative Park Lawn - photo - 314x262

OCTOBER

The Future of Energy: Film Screening
(with 350Marin student volunteers, filmmakers will be present, sponsored by Dominican Green Club)
10/21, 7:00 p.m.
Guzman Lecture Hall
(Free admission)


Climate Change: What We Can Do!
A conversation with Peter G. Joseph, M.D.
10/27, 6-9 p.m.
Garden Room, Edgehill Mansion
For more information visit: www.greensangha.org


Climate Change and Social Justice Themed Dance Performances
(performed by students in DANC 2401 and directed by Carmen Rozenstraten)
10/30, 7:00 p.m.
10/31, 3:00 p.m.
Angelico Hall
(Free admission)

Climate Change Initiative Purple Flowers - photo - 314x262

NOVEMBER

Time to Lead on Climate
CA: US: UN
(Jared Huffman and others; moderated by Dominican President, Dr. Mary Marcy) 
11/9, 7:00-9:00 p.m.
Angelico Concert Hall
For information visit: www.leadonclimate.org


Photography by David Maisel
(David Maisel trains his camera on unfamiliar tracts of land that have been radically reshaped by mechanized activity and environmental neglect.)
11/5/15 through 1/9/16
San Marco Gallery
Archbishop Alemany Library
(Free admission)


Considering Solutions: Student Panel
11/11, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Garden Room
Edgehill Alumni Heritage House
(Pizza will be served and free admission)