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International Law Weekend highlights international environmental law issues.

On October 21-23, 2010, the American Branch of the International Law Association and the International Law Students Association will present the annual International Law Weekend (“ILW”) at Fordham Law School.  This event is free for students(!) and features several panel discussions on international environmental issues, including: Continue reading


Lecture on the impact of climate change in developing countries, September 28.

At the next installment of NYU’s Educating for Sustainability lecture series,  ROSINA BIERBAUM, Dean of the School of Natural Resources and Environment at the University of Michigan, will address the topic “The Changing Climate for Development” on Tuesday, September 28 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM in the Gould Welcome Center, 50 West 4th St., 1st Floor Barash Theatre.

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September is Sustainability Month!

September marks the Carnegie Council’s second annual Sustainability Month and a full year of programming around sustainability issues from September 2010 until June 2011.

SUSTAINABILITY MONTH highlights include:

PANEL EVENTS (which will take place at the Carnegie Council’s headquarters in New York City; 170 East 64 Street)

Leading by Example (with live webcast)
How are the armed forces stepping forward to combat climate change and improve the U.S. energy posture?
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
12:00–2:00 PM EST
Colonel Bob “Brutus” Charette, Jr.
(USMC); Rear Admiral Philip Cullom (USN); David M. King, director of energy policy within the office of the deputy assistant secretary of the U.S. Air Force (Energy, Environment, Safety and Occupational Health). Jonathan Powers, chief operating officer of the Truman National Security Project.

This event is in cooperation with the Truman National Security Project.

SAVE THE DATE: Sustainable Societies (with live webcast)
Monday, October 5, 2010
12:00–2:00 PM EST

Space for these events is limited. For reservations, please contact Stefanie Ambrosio at 212-838-4120 x260 or email: Admission for the general public is $65. For Carnegie Council Public Affairs subscribers: $45. To subscribe to Carnegie Council events, click here.

Soon after the events, videos, audios, podcasts, and transcripts will be posted on