Sponsored and Affiliated Events
PEI sponsors and hosts speakers and guest lecturers from academia, industry, the public and private sectors to present on environmental topics such as climate science and policy, conservation biology, the creative arts, energy, infectious disease and global health, sustainable development, water scarcity and environmental justice. An online archive of taped lectures is available to the general public and upcoming events are listed on the PEI calendar.
Unleashing Innovation: Tackling Environmental Challenges (Spring 2011)
Spirit of Service '76 and the Princeton Environmental Institute examined inventive solutions to environmental problems. Panelists included Terry Cooke '76, Jim Hornthal '76, Lisa Lee Morgan '76 *79, and Steve Pacala. more >>
Class of '76 Green Business Plan Competition (Spring 2010)
The Princeton University Class of 1976 worked in cooperation with Princeton Environmental Institute, Pace Center and the Keller Center for Innovation in Engineering Education to foster environmental entrepreneurship among Princeton University undergraduate and graduate students through the Class of '76 Green Business Plan Competition. more >>
The Great Immensity (Spring 2010)
The Great Immensity, a collaborative project between Princeton Environmental Institute (PEI), the Lewis Center for the Arts and the Civilians investigative theater, tackles the monumental topic of the environment and the future of our planet. This new play (with music) explores the themes of climate change, deforestation and extinction. more >>