Category Archives: CAPA

Water Dialogues for Thursday

Hello friends.  This is the daily Water Dialogues update.  You really shouldn’t miss these if you are in environmental studies or environmental science.   At noon in the CAPA symposium there is the term’s Environmental Studies Colloquium on the conservation of … Continue reading

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Water Dialogues for Tuesday

Tomorrow, the main event of the Water Dialogues will be the semester’s Ruth Dewing Ewing Social Science Lecture.  The lecture will be given by Clive Lipchin, director of the Arava Institute, and will discuss desalination as one possible avenue for … Continue reading

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Public Informational Meeting: Commercial-Scale Composting – Benefits, Issues, Opportunities

Thursday, December 1, 2011 6:30 PM: Center for the Advancement of Public Action, Bennington College, One College Drive, Bennington, Vermont Agricultural and food wastes represent valuable resources that can be put to productive use through various types of composting facilities … Continue reading

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Keystone XL protest takes DC by storm!

Over the weekend, over 10,000 people came together in Washington DC to protest the Keystone XL Pipeline: a 1,700 mile proposed pipeline designated to bring oil from tar sands in Alberta to oil refineries on the Gulf Coast.  The goal … Continue reading

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Green Design–Deborah Gans

A few weeks ago, architect Deborah Gans of the Gans Studio in New York, presented at the Environmental Studies Colloquium/Visual Arts Lecture Series on her work in “Extreme Sites” in the past several years, including brownfield redevelopment and sustainable refugee … Continue reading

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