Monday, September 27, 2010

This Week in Themester

COLL-T 200 LECTURE: Peak Oil: The Community Response on Reaching a Fundamental Ecological Limit (Dave Rollo, Bloomington City Councilmember, Research Associate, Department of Biology)
PUBLIC LECTURE: Coal’s role in Indiana’s future (Tom Sparrow , Purdue University)
FILM SCREENING: The End of Suburbia (2004, 78 min)
COLL-T 200 LECTURE: Redefining Prosperity: The Economics of Sustainability (Heather Reynolds, Department of Biology)
STAGE PRODUCTION:  AwareFest: The Bloomington Playwrights Project presents eight short plays about keeping our world green.
~ A Bloomington community event, $ ~
PUBLIC LECTURE: Global Inequality, Within-Nation Inequality, and the Changing Distribution of Income (Art Alderson, Indiana University)
PUBLIC LECTURE: Majora Carter, environmental activist and consultant
PUBLIC LECTURE: Climate Science: Regional Manifestations (Linda Mearns, National Center for Atmospheric Research)
STUDENT SUMMIT: greenINg our economy, a Student Empowerment Summit, featuring Majora Carter 
PANEL DISCUSSION: Design Matters:  Sustainability and the Built Environment
EXHIBITION: Exhibition: African Reinventions: Reused Materials in Popular Culture
Sustainability-themed  tours at the IU Art Museum start September 23.  Contact the IUAM Tour coordinator  (855-7719 or to schedule.

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