Environmental and Urban Studies Colloquium
Speaker: John Cronin
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
The focus of the spring Environmental and Urban Studies Colloquium is: What does it mean to be an environmentalist? Prominent researchers in the field of environmental work, from activists to scholars, will present their work. Open to the public.
Feb 5 speaker: John Cronin will discuss his 38 years dedicated to the environment and to innovation. Cronin has worked as an advocate, legislative and congressional aide, commercial fisherman, professor, author and filmmaker. He is known internationally for his Hudson River work, for which the Wall Street Journal called him "a unique presence on America's major waterways." He was the Hudson’s original Riverkeeper and the founder and CEO of the Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries. Time magazine named him a “Hero for the Planet” and People magazine described him as “equal parts detective, scientist and public advocate.”
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or visit http://eus.bard.edu/.
Location: Olin Humanities Building
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