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Events for September 2020 – September is Local & Sustainable Food Month!

Sustainable food procurement and providing access to nutritious, seasonal and local food are cornerstones of Emory’s sustainable food initiative. These efforts contribute to the revitalization of healthy, regional food systems and to a healthier campus. 

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Events for September 2020 – September is Local & Sustainable Food Month!

Sustainable food procurement and providing access to nutritious, seasonal and local food are cornerstones of Emory’s sustainable food initiative. These efforts contribute to the revitalization of healthy, regional food systems and to a healthier campus. 

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Environmental Justice Now: Houston

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PSE’s Keep That Same Energy Ambassador Applications Due

ENVS Fall Seminar Series

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Environmental Justice Now: New Mexico

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Emory Climate Talk

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Environmental Justice Now: Los Angeles

Let Your Voice Be Heard: How, When, and Why To Vote

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The Emory University Center for Ethics presents Ibram X. Kendi

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ENVS Fall Seminar Series

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Equitable Dinners: Lift Every Voice Series

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Emory’s National Voter Registration Day Celebration

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Emory Explores: Life After COVID: What will our economy look like?

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OSI Incentives Funds Applications Due for 2020-2021 Cycle

Just Energy Summit

UN RCE Greater Atlanta Marvelous Monday with Suzanne Burnes

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Just Energy Summit

Emory Dining: Eat Locally Challenge

Jeannette: A New Musical

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Public Trust Screening and Conversation with Avi Garbow

Just Energy Summit

Emory Election

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Just Energy Summit

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Just Energy Summit

ENVS Fall Seminar Series

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Mon 26

RCE’s Marvelous Mondays: Speaker Series

Join the RCE on Monday, October 26th at 2:30pm! Natasha Dyer, will talk about Atlanta’s efforts to divert food waste from the landfill, create decentralized composting that benefits local urban agriculture, and recover edible surplus food for food insecure residents. Natasha Dyer is the Senior Recycling Program Coordinator for the City of Atlanta and the … Continue Reading →
October 26 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
Thu 29

History For Black Lives

Join the African American Studies Department for a webinar on policing and the criminal justice system in the United States.
October 29 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Nov 06

Emory Climate Talk Presents

    Dr. Sanya Carley is a Professor and Director of the Master of Public Affairs programs at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University. Her research focuses on electricity and transportation policy, energy justice and a just transition, energy-based economic development, and public perceptions of energy infrastructure and technologies. She … Continue Reading →
November 6 @ 12:00 pm