Earth Day is a great opportunity to remember the green options that the American Anthropological Association offers to its members: AAA Journals To Go Fully Digital in 2016 Readers may recall that in November 2013, the AAA Executive Board adopted a series of recommendations from the Committee for the Future of Print and Electronic Publishing … Continue reading Green Options for AAA Members
Today’s guest post is by the Chair of the Global Climate Change Task Force, Shirley Fiske. A nice thing. Except for the reality. Earth Day is a nice thing, today celebrated in the District at Union Station with a farmers market, giveaways, exhibits fromNASA, and a recycling drive, all nice things. Seems like a pale … Continue reading Is Earth Day a Nice Thing?
Today’s guest post is by the Chair of the Global Climate Change Task Force, Shirley Fiske. Earth Day was on Sunday – not sure how you or your community observed it, but it seemed to be fairly low key from my perspective in NYC and Washington, D.C. In New York City and there was food … Continue reading A Look at Our Earth on Earth Day
This special Earth Day post is by the Chair of the AAA Task Force of Global Climate Change, Shirley Fiske. The annual tradition of honoring Planet Earth is coming up again on April 22nd. Even though the founders of Earth Day claim international reach and support, it seems to me its essence is quintessentially American. … Continue reading What is Earth Day Now?
On this Earth Day, we’re celebrating anthropologists! Many anthropologists have been newsmakers lately, so here is a media round up to add to your weekend read: Why Three Cups of Tea Won’t Save Afghanistan – Rachel Newcomb (Rollins College) Wheaton College Appoints Dean of Global and Experiential Learning – Laura Montgomery (Westmont College) Mixed Unions … Continue reading Earth Day Roundup