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THIS WEEK IN SUSTAINABILITY: April 10th-16th, 2023



Come join us at Office Hours this week – delicious treats & riveting conversation guaranteed!

 

TUESDAY, April 11th


BREWHAHA COMMITTEE MEETING
1-2PM | Sustainability Office (Irving 180)
  • Brewhaha is an annual event brought to you on Green Key weekend by Farm Club and Dartmouth Sustainability. This event takes place at the Organic Farm and features delicious local food, student bands, crafts, a home-brewed kombucha competition, and so much more!

  • Join the planning committee GroupMe here.


POP-UP BIKES SHOP 1 -3 pm | Between Robinson & Collis
  • Need to fix your bike up for the spring? Come on down to PUBS (pop-up bikes shop!) to get your set of wheels in shape!


 

WEDNESDAY, April 12th

SUSTAINABILITY OFFICE HOURS
12pm-1:30pm | Student Sustainability Room - Robinson (Robo) 106
  • Join a rotating cast of Sustainability staff members in Robo for some delicious home-baked goods and riveting conversation. Been mulling over an exciting idea for sustainability on campus you'd like to run by us? Just want to hang out in between classes? All are welcome, whether you're a sustainability stalwart or new to the susty community.


ENERGY JUSTICE FROM BELOW
12pm-1pm | Online
  • Swedish Research Council postdoctoral researcher at Stockholm Resilience Center, Stockholm University and a postdoctoral scholar at the Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures, Stanford University, Azucena Castro, will give the first New Energy talk of spring term, "Energy Justice from Below: The Role of Artivisms from the Sacrifice Zones for a Situated Political Ecology of the Energy Transition. Insights from La Guajira, Colombia and the Argentinian Patagonia." Maron Greenleaf, Assistant Professor of Geography and Irving Institute Affiliate, will moderate a Q&A following the presentation.

 

THURSDAY, April 13th


SUMMIT ON WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP IN CLIMATE JUSTICE
3PM | Online
  • Mount Holyoke's Miller Worley Center for the Environment’s Summit on Women’s Leadership in Climate Justice is a welcoming space for all genders and non-binary people seeking to celebrate the accomplishments and vision of women in the field of climate justice. While there has been increased attention to the issue of climate change and climate justice over the past few years, the role women and non-binary people have played in this field deserves recognition. This three day event will provide opportunities to learn from leading global and local scholars, community organizers, and entrepreneurs including Dr. Katharine Hayhoe, Chief Scientist for the Nature Conservancy; Kat Cadungog, Executive Director of the Foundation for Environmental Stewardship; and Tamara Toles O'Laughlin, Founder of Climate Critical Earth. Sign-ups to attend virtually are still available!


SUNRISE DARTMOUTH 8PM | Robinson 106
  • Passionate about climate justice? Join Sunrise Dartmouth to learn how to get involved in the fight for environmental and social justice here on campus and nationally. Learn more about Sunrise Dartmouth here.

 

FRIDAY, April 14th


SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY DINNER

5:30 PM | Sustainable Living Center (2 Choate Rd)


Come meet new friends in the sustainability community and enjoy a home-cooked meal! Join us Friday, April 14th at the SLC (Sustainable Living Center, located at 2 Choate Rd) at 5:30 PM for some delicious veggie stir fry. All are welcome–this dinner is an opportunity for everyone engaged in


sustainability and justice spaces to gather together, get to know each other better, and refuel with some delicious eats. All food will be vegan and gluten-free. Bring your own bowl and silverware if you’re able!


 

ALL WEEK: DARTMOUTH SPECULATIVE FICTION PROJECT

BOOK READING & SIGNING THURSDAY, Apr. 13th, 5:30 - 6:30PM | Still North Books & Bar

FRIDAY, Apr. 14th, 10AM - 4:15PM | Dartmouth Hall 105

SATURDAY, Apr. 15th, 4 - 5:30PM | Sawtooth Kitchen
 

DID YOU KNOW?


Did you know? Solar panels are currently being installed on the roof of the Irving Building–come swing by the Susty Office and check it out! Solar power is a crucial piece of the puzzle for Dartmouth's decarbonization. You can read more about our work to update the College's sustainability goals here.

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