Jennifer Pipitone

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Name: Jennifer Pipitone
Date registered: February 3, 2011

Latest posts

  1. New York City After Sandy — March 1, 2013
  2. Thank You for Making the 10th a Great Success! — April 13, 2011
  3. Behind the Scenes: About a (Sustainable) Meal — March 10, 2011
  4. Behind the Scenes: Living Well in Little Space — March 9, 2011
  5. Behind the Scenes: A New Cultural Outlook on Climate Change — March 8, 2011

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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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Thank You for Making the 10th a Great Success!

It’s hard to believe, but it’s been one month since the grand festivities of the 10th Annual Nature, Ecology, & Society Colloquium: The Culture of Climate Change.  By now, I think it’s safe to say we’ve all had enough time to digest the wonderful information presented over those exciting two days. From ecological art exhibitions …

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Behind the Scenes: About a (Sustainable) Meal

At our Colloquium, The Culture of Climate Change, we are not only facilitating discussion on Climate Change issues, but also promoting sustainable living practices. We are thrilled to be talking the talk and walking the walk this year! Tomorrow, Friday March 11th, we are hosting a Sustainable Luncheon, kindly sponsored by Ame and Deena of …

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Behind the Scenes: Living Well in Little Space

With a steadily growing global population and the resulting expansion of urban and rural areas worldwide, it’s important that we begin to carefully consider the space we live in. According to architect David Chapin, a faculty member in the subprogram of Environmental Psychology at The Graduate Center, if we all aspired to live in far …

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Behind the Scenes: A New Cultural Outlook on Climate Change

While our culture tends to discuss Climate Change in terms of how it will affect the planet and humanity over the upcoming decades, Seth Baum offers us a broad and intriguing outlook on Climate Change. Seth, a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography at Pennsylvania State University, will present his research project, “A New …

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Behind the Scenes: The Poetic Side of Ecological Art

A very exciting Panel Session on “Ecological Art” at this year’s NES Colloquium will bring together an international group of ecological artists whose practice involves the examination, exploration and representation of climate change issues to present a visual, aesthetic alternative to the usual discourse on the issue. We are very happy to have ecological artist David Haley, …

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Behind the Scenes: Super Natural

During our Tenth Annual Colloquium on The Culture of Climate Change we are thrilled to be featuring on-going exhibitions including photographs and film installations for attendees to view at their convenience. Nina Young, an associate adjunct professor at New York City College of Technology in Digital Media/Visual Art, has created “Super Natural”, an installation that …

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Behind the Scenes: The Climate Monologues

As you may know, this year NES has expanded its interdisciplinary approach by inviting performers, eco-artists, and photographers to join in a discussion about the culture of climate change as well as share how they conceptualize climate change into art forms. We are very excited to have Sharon Abreu, a talented singer and performer, and …

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Behind the Scenes: Hamsi Fish and Climate Change

Over the weekend we caught up with Antonia Marie Santangelo, a doctoral candidate in the Department of Anthropology at The Graduate Center. Antonia will lead a round table discussion at the NES Colloquium “Hamsi and a Changing Climate: An Anthropological Investigation” on Thursday, March 10 between 3-4pm. (Click here to register to attend the colloquium) Antonia, how did …

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Coming Soon: Behind the Scenes at the Tenth Annual Colloquium

With our Tenth Annual Colloquium: The Culture of Climate Change approaching, we will be providing a Behind the Scenes sneak-peek at the people who make this colloquium possible. Stay tuned for interviews with Colloquium speakers, presenters, artists and even NES committee members & volunteers to keep you up-to-date on the latest happenings!

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