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Sustainable Food Systems | Earth Day Celebration – Earth Matters: Designing our Future

  In celebration of Earth Day 2015, The New School’s Tishman Environment and Design Center (TEDC | http://www.newschool.edu/tedc) hosts Earth Matters: Designing our Future, a daylong event featuring workshops, pop up classes, and discussions on climate action and sustainability spanning the disciplines. The event highlights TEDC’s bold integration of design, policy, and social justice approaches […]

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3 Delicious Cocktails to Help You Drink Away Earth Day

Can we be entirely real for a moment? The whole idea of celebrating Earth Day is a bit of a cringer. Why is that? Is it because everyone will assume that the offerings at any Earth Day party — invariably well-meaning, to a fault — will include homemade kombucha, three different kinds of hummus, and some kind of earnest […]

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The Sad Truth About Earth Day, as Written on Grist

But Earth Day wasn’t always like this. Earth Day 2015 will likely be as fruitful as a gay stud horse, but the first Earth Day in 1970 gave birth to the modern environmental movement. Twenty million people, or one in 10 Americans, took to classrooms, auditoriums, and city streets to show their support for cleaning up the […]

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