Tag: Environmental Science

Events

Emory Climate Talks: Dr. Robert Bullard, Father of Environmental Justice

Robert D. Bullard is often described as the father of environmental justice. He is an award-winning author of eighteen books that address sustainable development, environmental racism, urban land use, industrial facility siting, community reinvestment, housing, transportation, climate justice, disasters,…

Planetary Health and Infectious Diseases Speaker Series

Join us on Zoom using Password: 388627 to hear a conversation between Dr. Tom Gillespie and Dr. Myers about planetary health and Dr. Myers' new book Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves.

Composting for Kids

Ever wonder why so many people are making a stink about composting? Let’s get down and dirty to find out what it’s all about and why it’s worth doing.

Webinar: Climate Watch Information Session

Georgia Audubon will be hosting a FREE info session on how to participate in Climate Watch, a nation-wide community science effort for bird conservation.

Storytime: Winter Trees

Many trees may lose their leaves when winter brings its chill, but they gain a new sense of wonder and beauty for those who give a closer look. Join Trees Atlanta in following a boy and his dog as they explore a snow-blanketed forest, using their senses to discover a new way of recognizing familiar forest…
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Virtual In-Class Field Trip: Earth's Surface - Erosion and Deposition

Students will build an erosion table using aluminum basting trays and will use them to experiment with different soil types and landscape elements that can be effected by water erosion. The students will create various landscape settings and see how different volumes and rates of water will erode the…
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Earth's Surface: Erosion and Deposition

Students will build an erosion table using aluminum basting trays and will use them to experiment with different soil types and landscape elements that can be effected by water erosion. The students will create various landscape settings and see how different volumes and rates of water will erode the…

Philip Seaton: Orchid Conservation - Where do we go from here?

A biology lecturer by profession, and an amateur grower, Philip Seaton took early retirement to work full-time in orchid conservation. Join him as he discusses Orchid Conservation.