SES will be a day of energy and activism where like-minded students and advocates will come together to help shape New Jersey's energy future. Join speakers from academia, the environmental community and clean energy industry to learn what you can do on campus and off to save clean energy in New Jersey. February 25, 2012 10:00am - 4:30pm Wallace Hall Room 300 Please RSVP: action.sierraclub.org/NJSES
Archive – February 2012
This program will focus on sustainable farming, food and energy, and social entrepreneurship, and featuring the founders and owners of a local sustainable farm, Double Brook Farm. The program is scheduled for Thursday, March 29, beginning at 4:30 pm in the Carl Fields 1st floor multipurpose room. The format of the program will have two student leaders interview the farm owners, with Professor Lidow providing the introduction and the students co-moderating the conve
Saturday, February 18 at 7 PM in 101 McCormick Hall (Art Museum) The Princeton Romanian Students & Scholars Association and the Department of Near Eastern Studies present a documentary screening and discussion about gold mining, which poses serious threats to both the environment and the life of entire human communities around the world, from Canada to Eastern Europe. PU students who have volunteered to promote environmental conservation and preservation of ancient cultural heritage will
From Princeton SURGE: On Friday 2/17/2012 Dave Gahl, the deputy director of Environmental Advocates of New York, will be speaking about his organization's work. The event will be at 3:30 PM at 101 Sherrerd Hall. Following his talk, there will be food. Please come and bring as many people as possible! Thanks.
2012 High Meadows Fellowships with Climate Central APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 9, 2012 The High Meadows Fellowships program announces a new partnership with Climate Central in Princeton, NJ to sponsor two fellowships, beginning in summer/fall 2012. A research and journalism organization, Climate Central bridges the scientific community and the public by helping people understand how climate change connects to them by arming them with the knowledge they need to make informed decisi
Dr. Peter Evans, GE Energy's Director of Global Strategy and Planning, will speak on "The Future of Energy" on Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 4:00 PM in Computer Science Room 104. A reception will precede the event at 3:30 PM. Dr. Evans will give a brief overview of GE Energy and discuss three key trends that will shape the future of the energy industry: unconventional gas deposits, the energy-water nexus, and the penetration of digital technologies into energy ma