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NEWS RELEASE: Former Clinton Adviser Tells Colleges to Get Radical and Work Outside the System

NEWS RELEASE: Former Clinton Adviser Tells Colleges to Get Radical and Work Outside the System

In a speech marked by pointed criticism of American environmentalism, James Gustave “Gus” Speth told regional colleges this weekend “It’s time for a new environmentalism” and for “going back to the ideas of the 1960s and early 1970s, rediscovering their more radical roots, and stepping outside the system in order to change it before it is too late.” (Left: Michelle Land and Gus Speth)

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Sustain What? Colleges Gather to Question Their Environmental Role

Sustain What? Colleges Gather to Question Their Environmental Role

Presidential Adviser Turned Activist to Be Honored by Higher Education Consortium “Environmental sustainability” may be a catch phrase of the 21st century, but who knows what it really means?  The Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities will wrestle with that problem at its tenth annual conference Friday and Saturday. On hand to lend guidance will […]

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NEWS RELEASE: Pace University Students March a Mile with Buckets to Raise Money for Clean Water in Tanzania

NEWS RELEASE: Pace University Students March a Mile with Buckets to Raise Money for Clean Water in Tanzania

Today one hundred twenty Pace University students marched a mile with buckets of water on their heads to reenact the grueling task thousands in the developing world endure each day to provide water for their families. $5,000 was raised for Engineers Without Borders, Northern New Jersey Professional Chapter, to create a community water well in Islanjandugu, Tanzania.

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Westchester Magazine: Top 8 Leaders in Westchester

Westchester Magazine: Top 8 Leaders in Westchester

Three of Westchester Magazine’s top 8 leaders in Westchester County are from Pace. “The Riverkeeper” John Cronin, “The Eco-advocate” Nick Robinson and “The Cyber-Security ‘Type’ ” Logan Romm were all featured with interviews and photos among the top 8 in a recent article in the magazine.

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Westchester.com: When Carnivores Become Neighbors Discussion

Westchester.com: When Carnivores Become Neighbors Discussion

Westchester.com posted a story on Pace’s upcoming roundtable discussion, “When Carnivores Become Neighbors.”

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NEWS RELEASE: Pace University Presents a Public Forum on Living with Carnivore Wildlife in Westchester

NEWS RELEASE: Pace University Presents a Public Forum on Living with Carnivore Wildlife in Westchester

With bobcat, coyote and mountain lion sightings around Westchester County making headlines, the Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies will hold a public roundtable discussion at Pace University in Pleasantville Thursday, Oct. 11 at 6:30p.m. on carnivore movement, impacts, and policy.

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Patch.com: Count Your Eels Here

Patch.com: Count Your Eels Here

The eels are here in the tributaries of the Hudson, where citizen scientists like Pace University’s Theresa Pellecchia, are catching and counting these slithery creatures to find out why their populations are declining.

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NYTimes.com Dot Earth: From Bark to Bottle – a Cork Story

NYTimes.com Dot Earth: From Bark to Bottle – a Cork Story

Senior Fellow for Environmental Understanding Andrew Revkin wrote about his experience co-teaching the Producing the Documentary course with communications professor Maria Luskay.This year, the students in the course traveled to Portugal to film the story of cork.

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The Journal News: Around the Campus

The Journal News: Around the Campus

Pace communications students in Maria Luskay’s and Andrew Revkin’s Producing the Documentary course were featured in an article in Education Outlook, a supplement of The Journal News.

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The Journal News, News 12 and The Daily Pleasantville: Pleasantville’s Pace Gets Solar Classroom

The Journal News, News 12 and The Daily Pleasantville: Pleasantville’s Pace Gets Solar Classroom

Pace unveiled its new solar classroom, funded by Con Edison, and The Journal News, News 12 and The Daily Pleasantville reported on the event. (Left: Angelo Spillo, director of the Environmental Center at Pace, addresses the crowd at Thursday’s solar panel unveiling. Photo credit: Brian Marschhauser)

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