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NES & STREAC Present: A Screening of the 2013 Documentary GRINGO TRAILS

How do travelers change the remote places they visit, and how are they changed? Gringo Trails, a new documentary film offers answers—some heartbreaking, some hopeful. From the Bolivian jungle to the party beaches of Thailand, and from the deserts of Timbuktu, Mali to the breathtaking beauty of Bhutan, Gringo Trails shows the unanticipated impact of tourism on …

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New York City After Sandy

To foster thoughts and conversations about this year’s topic, Superstorm Sandy: Before, During, and After, we’d like to share with you all an article published by one our presenters, Tom Angotti, PhD. Tom Angotti is Professor of Urban Affairs and Planning at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and Director of …

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2011 NES Luncheon Compost

NES Luncheon Composted at Brook Park in the Bronx

The NES Colloquium was a resounding success. We welcomed over 225 people over the course of two 8-hour days of presentations, workshops, films and performance, replete with a free sustainable luncheon on the second day. Communal Table catered our meal, even going so far as secure a donation of eggs from Brooklyn Farmyards, a Brooklyn-based farming …

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