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Earthstock 2019

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:
April 19th, 2019 from 11am to 3pm
(Rain Location: Student Activities Center).


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.

Take the Green Pledge!

2019 Highlights

Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Sustainability Studies Alumni Panel
Melville Library, Room 4550, 1PM


Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Dr. Jeffrey Bennet - "Global Warming Demystified"
Earth and Space Sciences Building, Room 001, 7:30PM


Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Plant Night
Student Activities Center, Room 303, 8PM


Thursday , April 18, 2019
Dr. Robert Crease - "Lights Out: The Rise and Fall of Scientific Authority"  
Student Activities Center, Room 303, 4PM


  Friday, April 19th, 2019
Environmental Club's Green Gala  
SAC Ballroom B, 8PM  

2019 Feature Presentation

 "Return to the Madhouse: Climate Denial in the Age of Trump"  

Charles B. Wang Center Theatre - Friday, April 19th, 2019 -  3:00pm

Dr. Michael Mann offers a somewhat lighthearted take on a very serious issue-the
threat of human-caused climate change and what to do about it, based on his collaboration with Washington Post editorial cartoonist Tom Toles. He targets the ongoing campaign to deny that threat through satire and where appropriate, ridicule, built around Tom Toles’ famously insightful, edgy, and provocative climate-themed cartoons in the Washington Post. Using Tom’s cartoons as a template, he reviews the scientific evidence of climate change, the reasons we should care, and
the often absurd efforts by special interests and partisan political figures to confuse the public, attack the science and scientists, and deny that a problem even exists. Despite the monumental nature of the challenge this poses to human civilization, he finds a way to end on an upbeat and cautiously optimistic note.

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