Monday, October 11, 2010

This Week in Themester

RESEARCH FORUM / DISCUSSION: From Asparagus to Apples:  Using Research to Connect Local Food Growers and Customers in Indiana (James Farmer, Marshall University)
COLLABORATIVE ART PROJECT: Dreams for a Sustainable Future
PUBLIC LECTURE: Earthquake Risk of Developing Countries (Brian Tucker, Geohazards International)
PATTEN LECTURE: The Role of International Treaties in Tackling Climate Change (Jean Palutikof, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Griffith University)
PUBLIC LECTURE: Low Impact Fossil Energy: Keystone to Sustainability (Julio Friedmann, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory)
COLL-T 200 LECTURE: Bottled Water: Daily Convenience or Environment Catastrophe? (Richard Wilk, Department of Anthropology)
PATTEN LECTURE: Adaptation Strategies: A Poor Man's Solution? (Jean Palutikof, National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Griffith University)
FILM SCREENING: Environmental Racism and Break and Enter
FILM SCREENING:  The Cove (2009, 96 min)
EXHIBITION: Words to Speak Our Love of Earth:  Celebrating Scott Russell Sanders
PUBLIC LECTURE: Health, Human Capital and Economic Development (T. Paul Schultz, Yale University)
PANEL DISCUSSION: Are We Losing Our Identity? Preserving and Making Accessible Electronic Records at our State and University Archives
The Bloomington Playwrights Project presents eight short plays about keeping our world green.
~ A Bloomington community event, $ ~
EXHIBITION: Exhibition: African Reinventions: Reused Materials in Popular Culture
Sustainability-themed  tours at the IU Art Museum.  Scheduled in advance by contacting the IUAM Tour coordinator  (855-7719 or

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