This week-long, campus-wide event, is free and open to the public.
Environmental organizations, participants with an earth-friendly message, and local schools will celebrate on the Academic Mall in April 2016 (Rain Location: Student Activities Center). Stay tuned for more information!
Stony Brook University is at the vanguard of the sustainability movement. Our commitment to a green future is evident everywhere on our 1,400 acres: from reducing our carbon footprint, to advocating recycling and using recycled materials whenever possible, to promoting alternatively fueled transportation.
The Great Debate: Should the U.S. Invest $3 Billion in Critical Infrastructure by
Thursday, April 23, Humanities 1006, 4-5 p.m.
In the spirit of Parliamentary debates of yesteryear, our panel will discuss whether the Federal Government needs to spend at least $3 Trillion by 2020 in rebuilding critical infrastructure.
Sustainability Studies Alumni Career Panel
Wednesday, April 22, Wang Lecture Hall 2, 1 p.m.
Stony Brook University alumni and field professionals in the area of sustainability and green industries will be discussing what they have found valuable from their education at Stony Brook University.
Fisheries, coral reefs, forests, climate change, poverty, literacy for girls, and peace—these are all facets of the same issue.
Drawing on two acclaimed recent books—The View From Lazy Point and A Sea In Flames—scientist/author Dr. Carl Safina weaves a story that is both deeply personal and broadly global.