Download the 2014 Earth Week Poster here.
To skip to the events currently scheduled for a given day, use the links below.
To register for a spot in the "Building a Thumb Piano" Workshop, please contact Professor Kay Stonefelt.
Buses will depart campus starting at 9:30am from the loading area between Rockefeller
Arts Center and Maytum Hall (next to the large red ring sculpture). Please dress for
the weather, wear mud boots, and arrive five minutes before departure times. Click
here for a bus schedule.
**Teach-in events will be held rain or shine. Guided nature walks, invasive species pulls, and some outdoor events will still be held outside in the event of light rain. In case of heavy rain or thunderstorms, all events will be moved to the lodge interior or back porch. In the event of heavy rain, the meditation labyrinth will be canceled and the drum circle will be moved back to the 3:10-3:50 time slot.
"Beautify the Campus Woodlot" Litter Cleanup Event
The event will be held as scheduled (4/23). The starting point is the four-way stop at Ring Road and Symphony Circle.
"Objects of Hope in the Age of Climate Change" by Kenneth Shockley
**CANCELED DUE TO ILLNESS** (We will let you know if/when Dr. Shockley reschedules his talk)
Adopt-a-Beach Training Session by Nate Drag
"Fracking 101: Exploring the Science, Myths and Facts of Fracking" by Professor Glenn
Eco Variety Show
Friday, April 25
"Tobacco and its Effects on the Environment" by Ken Dahlgren
Environmental Film Festival
5:00 Green Gold (47 min)
6:00 Masdar: A Green City (22 min) & Amazing Grace (5 min)
6:30 GMO OMG (90 min)
8:00 Chemerical (75 min)
Earth Week Keynote Event: Screening of Chemerical: Redefining Clean for a New Generation and Presentation by Director Andrew Nisker, 8:00 pm
Saturday, April 26
Garlic Mustard Pull