Origins: How the Earth Shaped Human History With bestselling author Lewis Dartnell. September 19, 10:30-11:30 Thompson House Board Room – 4th Floor Light refreshments provided

ORIGINS: How the Earth  Shaped Human History  When we talk about human history, we focus on great leaders, revolutions, and technological advances. But how has the Earth itself determined our destiny? How has our planet made us? As a species we are shaped by our environment. Geological forces […]

The Ecozoic lens on Population (By Ursula Georgeoglou)

The Ecozoic Bus Through the Ecozoic lens, the L4E students gained confidence this summer to build upon and rethink the current rhetoric around population and environmental issue.  The first cohort of Ph.D. students, “Population Cohort”, attended the Population and Environment course. Under the guidance of Dr. Jon Erickson […]

E4A’s Matthew Burke is joining the Gund Institute as our first L4E post-doc

Matt will study the integration of novel solar installations into the ecological and agricultural functions of working landscapes. He hopes to find a balance between the ecological needs of landscapes and increasing demand for renewable energy. Building on his previous work with The Next System Project, Burke will […]

My Water Acknowledgement (by Laura Gilbert)

If you’re familiar with Thomas Berry’s work, you’ll know where his passion for protecting our planet started. He explains that when he was a young boy, there was a meadow close to the place he called home. To him, this meadow represented all that was good and all […]

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