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Sustainability Thesis Symposium

Maxwell Dworkin
G115 and lobby
33 Oxford St.
Wed., May 29, 2019, 2 – 5 p.m.

Sustainability Thesis Symposium

A selection of November 2018-May 2019 sustainability graduates will present their thesis projects. There is no cost to attend. Graduates of the class of 2019 are welcome and can bring family and friends. Light refreshments will be served. RSVP at….

Gazette Classification: Education, Environmental Sciences, Special Events, Sustainability
Organization/Sponsor: Harvard University Extension School Graduate Sustainability Program
Speaker(s)Carolina Angarita Cala , “Hey Teacher! We Need More Education: A Study of the Experiences of Irish Young People of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD)”, Joseph McArdle , “Value Premiums of Sustainable Elements in Residential Homes in the Greater Philadelphia Area”, Johan Arango-Quiroga, “Feasibility of the “4 per 1000” Initiative through the Adoption of Agroforestry in Colombia”, Jocelyn Groom , “Factors Preventing U.S. Adoption of Triple-Bottom-Line Sustainability Frameworks and Performance Indicators in Museum Strategic Planning”, Bob Gilbert , “A Study of Climate Change Resilience, Conservation Easements and the Protection of Biodiversity in the Eastern U.S., Great Lakes and Northern Great Plain Regions”, Irina Sidorenko , “Intrusion of Trichloroethylene (TCE) Vapors from Groundwater into Buildings in Northeast MA, Melissa Wilson, “Reimagining the American West to Reach Half-Earth”, Takashi Sekiyama , “Performance of Agrivoltaic Systems for Shade-intolerant Crops: Land for Both Food and Clean Energy Production”, Emily Eckart , “Determining Utilization Rates for Retail Parking in Mercer County, New Jersey: Is Parking Oversupplied?”, Thomas McKay, “Recycling Flexible Polyurethane Foam via Chemical Recovery versus Incineration for Energy: A Comparison of Environmental and Economic Impacts”
Cost: Free
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Contact Info: Lacey Klingensmith, [email protected]

Wednesday, May 29, 2019 - 14:00