About this Event
115 Forsyth St, Boston, MA 02115http://facilities.northeastern.edu/sustainability/open-classroom-2021/ #sustainability
The fourth installment of this open seminar / pop-up course inquires what is climate justice, and what does it mean for Northeastern? This week's guest speakers include: Jennie Stephens, Director and Professor, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Daniel Faber, Professor of Sociology and Director of the Global Center for Climate Justice, and Sharon Harlan, Professor and Chair of Health Sciences. Additionally, this seminar will feature student speakers Em Leibiger, Sunrise activist and undergraduate student in chemical engineering, Elijah Miller, PhD student in the Public Policy Program, and Alaina Boyle, PhD student in the Public Policy Program.
This open seminar is also available to enroll in as a pop-up, for-credit course (INPR 2183). For more details on the different options for course engagement please visit the course website. This class can be attended IN-PERSON in 305 Shillman Hall or VIRTUALLY via Zoom. Register here:
9/14 - Sustainability, Resilience, and Climate Change
9/21 - Energy Efficiency and Energy Management
9/28 - Energy Resilience
10/5 - Climate Justice
10/12 - Sustainable Food Systems
10/19 - Recycling, Waste, and Materials Reduction
10/26 - Campus Ecology
For more details on each seminar, visit the course website
If participating virtually, use the Zoom Registration link in the course description or on the course website.