Treat yourself to a well deserved break from finals.
Middlebury College once again has been certified as a Tree Campus by the Arbor Day Foundation, and the landscape department is celebrating by planting more trees (naturally).
Join us Friday, May 18 from 1-4 pm, just north of Battell, as we plant 5 large shade trees. The holes will be pre-dug, so it won’t be too much work. (Sorry, can’t let you run the backhoe, I would if I could). Some reunion years from now you’ll be lounging under the giant tree you helped plant.
Education for Sustainability Presentations, Wednesday, May 9, 7:30-9:00 in Bicentennial Hall Room 220
Students are invited to attend presentations on Education for Sustainability from EDST0420 Environmental Education in Action. Projects have focused on Middlebury and the surrounding towns with college students creating projects that address a sustainability need here on campus as well as in local schools and organizations. Refreshments will be available!
Capitalism Nature Socialism is now available from 1997 through the current issue.
From its website:
“CNS is a journal of ecosocialism. We welcome submissions on red-green politics and the anti-globalization movement; environmental history; workplace labor struggles; land/community struggles; political economy of ecology; and other themes in political ecology… labor, feminist, and environmental movements, and theories of political ecology and radical democracy…”
Browse Capitalism Nature Socialism and set up an email alert to be notified when new issues are published. Capitalism Nature Socialism is also available via Summon (go/Summon) and the Journals A-Z list.