The Earth Institute and School of Continuing Education at Columbia University invite you to an evening information session on March 24 to learn about the Master of Science in Sustainability Management, a highly specialized professional program that will formally train and educate sustainability practitioners for a broad range of fields.
The first full-length, high-definition documentary film ever made about legendary environmentalist Aldo Leopold, "Green Fire" highlights Leopold’s extraordinary career, tracing how he shaped and influenced the modern environmental movement. See all dates and locations here.
This three-day music event in Scottsdale, AZ will feature 20 national headliner bands and green companies exhibiting their sustainable products at the free expo. Both the concert stage and expo booths will be powered by solar and other types of alternative energy.
In addition to our regular pub night, SEJ members in the Toronto area are hosting a get-together with Tim Flannery, author of The Weather Makers and his new book Here On Earth: A Natural History of the Planet. All journalists with an interest in the environment beat are welcome to join us for Sunday afternoon pints in the upstairs bar of the Harbord House Pub in Toronto from 3-5 p.m. Event is free, but space is limited so RSVP to SEJpubnight@saunderseditor.com
Want to generate meaningful material about your life? The Word Studio in Philadelphia invites you to a workshop about writing deeply on the theme of home with Susan Tiberghien, author of three memoirs and a book on writing, One Year to a Writing Life.
Join a free webinar presented by Jerome Ravetz, originator of post-normal science, and SEJ member Valerie Brown, editor of Tackling Wicked Problems, who discuss the kinds of knowledge we need to tackle our ecological and social crises.
Join the authors of Sustainable Home Refurbishment and Solar Domestic Water Heating for an event that offers guidance to anyone wanting to improve the energy efficiency of their home and to professionals looking for guidance on the best techniques and materials.
Earthscan would like to invite you to join a free webinar presented by the authors of Biocultural Diversity Conservation and Sacred Natural Sites. The event will explore the important relationship people have with nature and how vital it is for the future of our natural world.