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At a Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series event, Bill McKibben tells a Tufts audience to organize in movements to fight climate change and stand up for the Earth’s future.
Al Gore visited Tufts as part of the Tisch College Distinguished Speaker Series and told the audience that a sustainability revolution is possible, but political will is necessary.
Longtime activist Lois Gibbs says individuals must organize to confront environmental disasters like Love Canal—and Flint.
The symposium serves as a great example of Tisch College’s commitment to working with community partners and inspiring the next generation of civic leaders.
Through their individual projects, four Tisch Scholars form an integral part of a network of organizations within Somerville’s food economy that are fighting to create a healthier and more sustainable city.
Two international Tisch Summer Fellows are working in Peru to develop a simple, community-based system to collect data about water usage and climate in the country's Central Andes.
The Food Rescue Program, run entirely by Tufts students, collects healthy food that would otherwise be discarded and delivers it to local pantries and shelters.
Tisch College supports graduate students' efforts to improve food security and nutrition in local communities.