Throughout April, Wesleyan is hosting its second annual Earth Month.
On April 12, Wesleyan is hosting a “Climate Justice Conference of Solutions” event. Participants will lay out the organizing, technological, and policy solutions to the climate crisis and explore how taking action on climate can improve social justice, create jobs, grow businesses, and enhance national security. Register for the event here.
Other Earth Month events include a Sustainability Career Panel on April 8, Long Lane Farm grand workdays, WILDWes workdays, a Wesleyan Joulebug Competition, an Earth Week Rant with Professor of Physics Brian Stewart, a Mama Earth Fest, a film screening of Victoria Mamas and more.
Earth Month is sponsored by Wesleyan’s Sustainability Office and the College of the Environment.
For more information about these events and others, go to the Earth Month website or see the Earth Month poster below: