22 June 2017 - Ecoscholars hosted Jonah Garnick for a talk on the history and future of New York City's water system. Climate change and urban expansion present challenges for one of the most impressive feats of human engineering in history.
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11 May 2017 - Ecoscholars hosted Alexander Franke, who presented his Master's thesis research on the framing of renewable energy in Germany and the US. The way in which arguments for or against renewable energy are framed has important implications for public reception.
05 April 2017 - Ecoscholars hosted Ruta Landgrebe (Ecologic Institute) for a Stammtisch presentation and discussion on the importance of soil as a natural resource, its status and the many ways in which it is threatened..
22 March 2017 - Ecoscholars hosted Dr. Danni Gilroy of Operational Wallacea (Opwall), a conservation research organisation, to discuss their work on conservation tourism and student engagement. The organisation specializes in ecology and conservation biology.
28 February 2017 - Ecoscholars hosted Yasmine Ostendorf, a writer in residence at Ecologic Institute and arts curator, for an engaging presentation on the critical role or art and artistic expression in fostering sustainability.
28 November 2016 - Ecoscholars helped to organize a private screening of the film, The Age of Consequences, which investigates the effects of climate change and global warming on resource scarcity, migration, and human conflict.
25 October 2016 - After the success of the first Serious Gaming Night, Ecoscholars hosted a second evening of serious gaming, this time with Chris Moore and Paolo Campo of Sim4Act, who presented a protoype game on urban sustainability and resource management.
14 July 2016 - Ecoscholars hosted a tour of Berlin’s Botanical Gardens and Seed Bank. The tour was accompanied by a presentation on the importance of genetic diversity for agricultural purposes and the garden's plant conservation activities.