126 representatives from 30 regional colleges and universities attended the 10th annual conference of the Environmental Consortium of Colleges & Universities.
A highlight of the conference were remarks from one of America's most influential environmental activists, James Gustave "Gus" Speth. Gus urges higher ed institutions to lead the way in radically redefining environmentalism. His full remarks are republished (with permission) on Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies EarthDesk Blog or can be viewed on the keynotes page.
Michelle Land, Director, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and the Environmental Consortium, Pace University
Br. Kevin Cawley, Executive Director, Thomas Berry Forum for Ecological Dialogue, Iona College
Caroline Craig, Research Associate, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, Pace University
Lucille Johnson, Professor of Anthropology, Vassar College
Donna Kowal, Program Coordinator, Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies and the Environmental Consortium, Pace University
Madeline Mignone, Associate Professor and Coordinator, Biology Program, Dominican College
Susan Schwimmer, Lead Teacher, Early Childhood Center, Sarah Lawrence College