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March 18, 2013

  • MBA 2nd Module courses begin

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Festival activities outside on the quad with water taste tests, photo petition booth, banner painting, reusable water bottle decorations and water relays. This festival is in light of World Water Day on March 22nd and a kick off to the month long nation-wide contest to collect the most pledges to stop purchasing of bottled water. If American University wins the contest, we receive 1,500 dollars …more

Type: Table/Display Case

Host: Eco-Sense

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Veteran wildlife film producer Chris Palmer's controversial book, Shooting in the Wild: An Insider's Account of Making Movies in the Animal Kingdom, has been widely praised. Now it has been turned into a film for public television. Hosted by National Geographic emerging explorer and filmmaker Alexandra Cousteau, the film takes a behind-the-scenes peek into the world of natural history filmmaking …more

Type: Lecture/Speaker

Host: Center for Environmental Filmmaking

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Festival activities outside on the quad with water taste tests, photo petition booth, banner painting, reusable water bottle decorations and water relays. This festival is in light of World Water Day on March 22nd and a kick off to the month long nation-wide contest to collect the most pledges to stop purchasing of bottled water. If American University wins the contest, we receive 1,500 dollars …more

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Host: Eco-Sense

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Monthly training on AU sustainability resources for faculty and staff participating in Green Office (GO!).

Type: Meeting

Host: Office of Sustainability

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A number of short student films will be shown followed by a discussion with the filmmakers on the opportunities and challenges in environmental filmmaking. The panel, moderated by Sandy Cannon-Brown will include Sarah Gulick, Sylvia Johnson, Erin Finicane, Ana Sotelo, Brian Kelley, and Jenny Stratton.

Type: Film/Movie

Host: Center for Environmental Filmmaking

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