The Black Power Mixtape is an archive- and music-driven documentary that examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in the African-American community and Diaspora from 1967 to 1975.
This Swedish film runs counter to US media portrayals of the Black Power Movement at the time, which was...
WARNING: this film shows graphic violence towards animals that you may find disturbing.
Filmed in Australia, this documentary is an uncompromising, damning exploration of the ways animals are used and abused by humans, particularly in the meat, dairy, egg, clothing, and entertainment industries.
Exposing the dark underbelly of modern animal agriculture through...
- Executive Director and CEO of Ecosa Institute
In today’s media, the future seems ominously uncertain. These “doomsday” narratives on climate change can serve to instill hopeless inaction, rather than spur positive societal change.
In this talk, Jesse Hernreich from the Ecosa Institute, a design school in Prescott, AZ focused on Regenerative Ecological Design, will present a...
Yeowon Kim will defend her PhD dissertation Safe-to-Fail Infrastructure for Resilient Cities under Non-stationary Climate Change. Faculty, students and the general public are invitedRead More View the PDF Flyer
Jazmine Barkley Russell
Jazmine Barkley Russell will defend her MS thesis Monitoring Algal Abundance and Water Quality in Arizona Reservoirs Through Field Sampling and Remote Sensing. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.Read More View the PDF Flyer
From the dealer to the grieving mother, the narcotics officer to the senator, the inmate to the federal judge, THE HOUSE I LIVE IN offers a penetrating look inside America’s longest war--the War on Drugs--revealing profound implications for human rights.
The film investigates the tragic errors and shortcomings that have...
Don’t miss this event celebrating a sustainable road trip across the American West.
Millions of Americans will be hitting the road this summer, but not everyone will be making an epic, and sustainable journey in a cutting-edge electric vehicle. Join Green Living Magazine, and the School of Sustainability as...
Leah Gibbons will defend her prospectus Regenerative Community Development: A Framework and Assessment Tool for Co-creating Thriving Living Systems. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.Read More View the PDF Flyer
- Program Manager
Join us for Sustainable Cities Network’s GI March meeting which will include a presentation from John Richardson of Prescription Parks and Trails (Parks Rx).
Park Rx aims to improve the physical and mental health of individuals and communities. Its assists and encourages people to utilize parks, trails, and open...
A unique species of wolf is making a comeback in the Southwest. Considered extinct nearly 40 years ago, the little known Mexican gray wolf has slowly pulled back from the brink of extinction—against all odds. From a founding population of just seven animals, this species has slowly grown to a...
- John A. Hannah Distinguished Professor, Center for Global Change and Earth Observations, and Department of Geography, Michigan State University
Emilio Moran joined Michigan State University in January 2013. Before that, he was a Distinguished Professor and the James H. Rudy Professor of Anthropology, Professor of Environmental Sciences, Adjunct Professor of Geography, and Director of the Anthropological Center for Training and Research on Global Environmental Change at Indiana...
Alfonso Lopez-Morales will defend his scientific paper Sustainability Transition Narratives and their Application Within a Multi-cultural Reality from the Perspective of Academia. Faculty, students, and the general public are invited.Read More View the PDF Flyer
Learn how to engage your students in the world around them and integrate learning through experiencing the science and ecology of the Sonoran Desert. We are conducting a three-day workshop for upper elementary teachers with tools and resources for supporting STEM thinking and BIG IDEAS through learning, analyzing and thinking...
Genevieve Pearthree will defend her scientific paper To What Extent Do Planners Engage with Regenerative Design Principles in River Restoration Projects? Insights from Los Angeles and Milwaukee. Faculty, students and the general public are invited.Read More View the PDF Flyer
Interested in gardening? Want a way to contribute to your community? Interested in meeting fun, sustainability-oriented people? Then join us for the School of Sustainability Monthly Community Garden Harvest Day!
This will be the last Garden Harvest Day of the 2017-2018 Academic Year. We will be breaking for the summer...
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