Center for Sustainability: Sustainability Events Upcoming

Wells offers a robust schedule of sustainability-related events each semester.

Due to the lingering impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, most academic year 2021-22 events will continue to be "virtual" with presenters delivering their talk over the internet. 
The virtual presentation platform for these hosted events will be Zoom.com.
Near the time shown, click on "Join a Meeting" on the Zoom.com site and enter the event link coordinates that are listed below each event description to enter the "meeting". 

FALL 2021  EVENTS

Due to technical difficulties, the October 4th Sustainability Perspectives series talk on "Saving Seabirds" has been reschedule to November 1st. 

October 18, 2021     12:30PM
Sustainability Perspectives series: Introduction to Environmental Justice
Presenter: Mariah Davis, Senior Policy & Campaigns Manager, Choose Clean Water Coalition
Virtual event access   passcode: hf1g#U*j

October 19, 2021        7:00PM   IN-PERSON EVENT - DeWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskie Hall Room 106
Sustainability Film series: 2040
Free and open to the public - masks required - organic popcorn and organic butter will be offered.

October 20, 2021   7:00PM
Sustainable Business series:  Sustaining Rural Communities through Impact Investing
Presenter: Karin Gregory, Esq., '80, co-founder and managing partner, Blue Highway Capital 
Virtual event access  passcode:  !iv32Aq.

November 1, 2021
Sustainability Perspectives series: Saving Seabirds: Lessons from Puffins about Sustainability
Presenter: Stephen Kress, founder, Puffin Project, National Audubon Society
Virtual event access  passcode: DN^7n!V2

November 8, 2021      12:30PM
Sustainability Perspectives series: Generating Sustainable Solutions for the Future
Presenter: Matt Goodman, asset manager, Generate Capital
Virtual event access   passcode:  rhN$Ec&5

November 11, 2021    7:00PM    DeWitt Lecture Hall, Zabriskei Hall, Room 106
Sustainability Special: How Does Your Garden Grow?
Presenters: Wells College faculty and student research team
Wells College Garden & Kitchen Project
Free and open to the public - also available online via MS Teams (email mbrown@wells.edu to be added to the "Team")

 

 

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