Maxwell
Center for Environmental Policy and Administration

SU Showcase on Sustainability, the Anthropocene and a Livable Future

Details

Location:Schine Student Center
Date:Mon, May 2, 2011
Time: 8:00 AM

Additional Information

More information is available on the SU Showcase Website.

8 a.m.
Climate Change in Our Own backyard, and the Effect of Arctic Warming
Presenter: Dave Eichorn, Meteorologist
Schine 304. Buffet breakfast provided.

9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
GREEN MUSEUM
Schine Student Center Atrium and Panasci Lounge on 3d Floor;
Syracuse Center of Excellence


Showcase Fellows exhibits on Energy, Lifestyles, Stuff, Sustenance and Infrastructure themes
Timeline of “The Anthropocene Era,” tracing human impacts on global ecosystems
All day: Interactive exhibits, games, prototypes, posters, and 3-D displays
All day: First annual Syracuse Sustainability Video Exhibition

Special events
10 a.m.
Tour of Sustainable SU
Visit the Syracuse Center of Excellence building, 727 E. Washington St., and other sites of interest

11 a.m.
“Voices in the Wind”
A puppet production by students from SU and Van Duyn Elementary School in Syracuse, under the direction of Geoffrey Navias of Open Hand Theater.

12-2 p.m.
“Kill a Watt”
Engineering students will measure the energy drain from your portable devices.

1 p.m.
Fashion Show
Recycled and up-cycled fashions by students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

2-4 p.m.
Presentations of student research and designs

4 p.m.
Fashion Show
Recycled and up-cycled fashions by students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Atrium Market
Schine Atrium
Local produce and products including cheeses, baked goods, jewelry, pottery, lotions and garden supplies will be available for purchase.

All day
Schine Dining Food Court
Featured local and sustainable foods will be available for purchase.

6 pm
The Politics of Environmentalism
Presented by Democracy Matters
Schine 304

8:00 pm
Visualizing Climate Change
Schine 304
"Mapping the Threat of Sea Level Rise" by Mark Monmonier, SU Geography
“The Canary Project: Art and Media that Deepen Public Understanding of Climate Change” by Susannah Sayler and Ed Morris, College of Visual and Performing Arts

URL: http://cepa.maxwell.syr.edu/events/133.html
Center for Environmental Policy and Administration
The Maxwell School, Syracuse University
Revised 04/29/2011 07:21:30