Library Resources

Climate Change Opinions

Just came across this tool from Yale, the Climate Opinions Maps- 2016, and its fascinating and disturbing at the same time. Something great about the United States is that we are free to express our thoughts and ideas without fear of persecution. However, that freedom also comes with a responsibility  to be informed, ask questions, …

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Earth Month Celebrations!

Earth Month is just around the corner… here are some fun things lined up! ***Please invite your students, colleagues or others you may know that would be interested!*** Campus & Community Events JoeyFineRhyme is coming April 12! Taking on our collective eco-challenges requires we each embody an ethos of action. This interdisciplinary and participatory presentation …

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Staying Hungry for Justice

Students, staff and faculty frat the University of California, Santa Barabara recently participated in a 24-hour “Justice Fast”, to promote justice, solidarity, integrity and dignity, in light of humanitarian issues worldwide and other social justice concerns. Excerpts from the article, Campus Fasting Event Highlights Diverse Social Justice Movements, shed some light on the event: …the act …

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Film Blog from Library full of Eco-Flicks!

The Moraine Valley library has several themed blogs, which anyone can find them on its homepage. Of particular interest to me lately is the Film Blog series posted by Moraine Valley Librarian, Sarah Ando. Sarah has been reviewing several films on food, carbon & climate change. Check it out! Or if you’re interested in personal liberty …

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