Tuesday, March 28, 2023 at 7:00pmRing Family Performing Arts Hall and on Zoom FREE! Artists help us imagine possible futures. How can they effect actual change? Join Assistant Professor of Theater Katie Pearl, Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Sciences Raquel Bryant, artist and researcher Dr. Katharine Owens, and Save the Sound’s inaugural Environmental Justice Specialist Alex Rodriguez to lookContinue reading “Art and Policy Salon: Acting on Climate Change at Wesleyan”
Category Archives: Research
Entangled and Ingested Lecture at the University of Hartford
Check out my presentation about the Entangled and Ingested project from the University of Hartford’s Faculty Friday event from 7 October 2022.
take a survey about the Entangled and ingested Project
Have you experienced the Entangled and Ingested Project, whether through a public talk, a sewing workshop, an art exhibit, or another event? We’d like to know your thoughts about the project’s impact and a little about you and how you think about the larger problem of plastic pollution. If you have experienced the Entangled andContinue reading “take a survey about the Entangled and ingested Project”
I guess it’s good to hear you are right?
I was both sad and excited to see this recent piece in the Resource Newsletter about the Alliance to End Plastic Waste. It details a report from the think tank Planet Tracker called Barely Credible that evaluates the abysmal track record to date of the Alliance to End Plastic Waste. As a reminder– the AllianceContinue reading “I guess it’s good to hear you are right?”
Interview by the amazing Fiona Long
Fiona Long is a good friend of the family and one of my most dependable contributors to the sewing project. She came to Main Street to sew on my various whale projects frequently. She’s a wonderful human being who is one of the most thoughtful kids I know. She’s taking music lessons with Karen HoggContinue reading “Interview by the amazing Fiona Long”
Plastic Free Journey
Check out these 14 short videos from global activists, educators, academics, and environmental leaders discussing plastic waste and pollution from various perspectives. Deep insights onto the nature of the global plastic pandemic from India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, the Philippines, Japan, Sweden, and the US. It’s time to turn off the tap of plastic generation! VideosContinue reading “Plastic Free Journey”
River Cleanup on the Park River Watershed
Working with a group of students from the University of Hartford, I led a cleanup along our campus river in collaboration with the Connecticut River Conservancy‘s Source to Sea Cleanup. Our efforts were covered in the Register Citizen.
The Future of Field Research
Today I’ll be part of a panel of researchers discussing the future of field research put together by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Check it out and register here.