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Economic Inequality: The Challenge and Hope of Sustainable Development

March 1, 2021 @ 2:30 pm - 3:30 pm

This panel discussion debunks the myth that sustainability is only for “rich” people and shows how beneficial sustainable development can be for reducing economic inequality within the U.S. Panelists will address the systemic factors that lead us to think sustainability is only for the rich, highlight how SUNY Geneseo is adopting sustainable activities that are good for the college’s budget, and discuss why sustainable development is actually the best pathway forward for historically-marginalized communities.

Presenters:

Ellie Dickerman, Senior International Relations Major

Dan DeZarn, Director of the Office of Sustainability

Nola Dwyer-Hernandez, Senior Political Science Major

Jocelyn Haines, Sophomore Business Administration Major Sean McClellan, Senior Accounting Major

CLICK LINK BELOW AT EVENT START TIME TO JOIN EVENT:

https://geneseo.zoom.us/j/97808255770?pwd=VnJYUTRCQzdpY1FGN2UxRVlJYlBBUT09

Venue

Virtual
Eastern Standard Time Zone GA

Organizer

Karleen West
Email:
kwest@geneseo.edu