Hear how several local Indianapolis organizations prioritize the environment in their strategies, practices, and outreach.
Dark Clouds Now, Bright Skies Ahead: The Future of Central Indiana's
Environment in a Time of Great Change
Jesse Kharbanda, Hoosier Environmental Council
This talk will inform viewers of the dramatic turn of events in Washington, DC, and how this could impact Indiana's environment. It will also discuss very positive opportunities to make serious environmental progress, especially in our region, particularly with respect to the revitalization of the White River.
Climate Recovery in the Anthropocene
Jim Poyser, Earth Charter Indiana
Young people in Indiana are inspiring municipal elected officials to address the issue of climate change.
Mass Transit Means
Lauren Day, IndyGo
How we built, maintained, and executed a successful advocacy coalition and public agency effort to win the transit referendum.
IPL’s Look to the Future
Angelique Collier, Indianapolis Power and Light
Focus on IPL’s recent and ongoing efforts and future plans for cleaner, more efficient generation of electricity.
Pollinators, People, and Places
Emily Wood, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
Pollinators, People, and Places will highlight the connections and interdependence between the natural and man-made world.
Carey Hamilton, Indiana Recycling Coalition
What it means, why it's important, how to participate!
Dr. David Benson, Marian University
At its most basic, environmental sustainability could be thought of as having as much of a negative impact on the environment as can be sustained. Perhaps, rather than thinking about how to limit our negative impact on the environment to the point where it is sustainable, we should think about how we can have a positive impact. We can choose: what environment do we want to live in? One that is merely sustainable, or one that is desirable?
Sustainability: The Foundation for a 21st Century Education
Dr. Carl Lecher, Marian University
Do we want to “sustain” the world the way that it is today? Dr. Lecher discusses reeducating our society on sustainability solutions for the 21st century.
The Margot L. and Robert S. Eccles Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation
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