- Earth Month 2019 @RooseveltU: Get Involved and Go Green!
- SPEED Dine & Dialog Talk: Sustainability & Social Justice (Wed 3/20 @12:30pm)
- Chicago Area Undergraduate Research Symposia in April 2019 & RU Workshop this Friday 2/22
- FOIA Workshop Session @RU Monday 2/18
- Register for Spring/Summer 2019 Classes, & Good Luck with Finals!
- Climate Change
- Field Trips
- Great Lakes
- Green design
- Green jobs
- Land use
- Social justice
- Urban ecology
- Urban nature
- Waste & Recycling
Category Archives: Photography
For more details, check out the course preview page here! Please share this poster/link far and wide (pdf).
Nature within the urban landscape is simultaneously close at hand and hidden from view — a paradox of proximal obscurity. Yet its myriad forms are as diverse in kind as their human denizens. City parks, urban farms, back yards, forest … Continue reading
Photography, Sustainability, & Urban Design: “Rooftop: Second Nature” Opens 2/9 at RU’s Gage Gallery
Photographs by Brad Temkin February 9 – May 6, 2017 Opening reception and talk by Brad Temkin Thursday, February 9th, 5-7 p.m. Roosevelt University’s Gage Gallery 18 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago IL (312) 341-6458 Statement from the Artist “Rooftop: Second … Continue reading
Today I head west to the city of Rock Island, which hugs the Mississippi River in northwestern Illinois (right across the water from Davenport, Iowa). I’ve been invited to give a talk on urban sustainability issues in Chicago at Augustana … Continue reading
Here is an image posted by one of my students to the last discussion forum of this semester in my Sustainability Studies 220 Water course, along with her comment about it. It can sometimes be challenging to wrap our minds … Continue reading
My friend and fellow urban nature admirer, Ryan Hodgson-Rigsbee, recently left his home turf of Chicago to live in and explore New Orleans. But Ryan’s still creating amazing work about the City of Big Shoulders. Check out his newest edition … Continue reading
The reversal of the Chicago River — one of the great engineering projects of the late 19th century — impacted both the watersheds of the Chicago Region as well as the economy of the city and its suburbs. While that … Continue reading