Experience a free, farm to table meal using many fresh, locally grown ingredients, Thursday February 16, 2017.
Thursday Jan. 26, 2017: Establishing Respectful Political Dialogues on Climate Change: A Film and Conversation with Citizen’s Climate Lobby
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For the past 12 years, the Olentangy Watershed Forum has connected citizens and experts who wish to explore issues that impact the quality of life in the watershed. This year’s agenda is filled with professionals who will speak on topics pertaining common sense approaches to keep the Olentangy Watershed healthy
In the 60s, Cleveland suffered through violence, spiking crime rates, and a shrinking tax base, as the city lost jobs and population. When the Cuyahoga River caught fire in the summer of 1969, the city was at tis nadir, polluted, and impoverished, struggling to set a new course. Carl Stokes, the first African American mayor of a major U.S. city and his administration set new policies to combat pollution, improve housing and spark downtown development.
“The Real Utopias of Argentina” Visiting Worker Cooperatives and Sustainable Farms on an OWU Travel Learning Course
Campus Event: “A Tax on Carbon” – 2015 Environmental and Natural Resources Symposium: February 18 2015
“A Tax on Carbon: Would It Work for Business, Consumers, and the Environment?” is the topic of the 2015 Environmental and Natural Resources Symposium. 7:30 p.m. Feb. 18 2015 in Benes Rooms A and B of Hamilton-Williams Campus Center, 40 Rowland Ave., Delaware.