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Here is the latest from our members. This is where you can find (and members can share) news from IECA members about their new books, articles, awards, exhibitions, appointments, etc.

Fadia Hasan's BGreen Conference energizes Bangladeshi Youth

February 10, 2014

In January the Center for Sustainable Development (CSD) at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh hosted IECA member Fadia Hasan's BGreen conference for Bangladeshi youth. The conference connected approximately 120 dynamic Bangladeshi youth with innovative professionals, programs and methods in an organized platform on issues of localized environmental and climate change challenges. Sharing the same platform, young citizens, academics and professionals participated in discussions, critically contemplated challenges, and worked to develop effective solutions collectively.

Juliet Pinto co-produces "South Florida's Rising Seas" documentary

January 11, 2014

IECA member Juliet Pinto and her colleague Kate MacMillin recently completed a documentary about rising sea level and its effects in Florida. Entitled "South Florida's Rising Seas," it explores the challenges that region will face in the coming decades when sea levels rise a predicted nine inches.

Richard Besel and Jnan Blau publish Performance on Behalf of the Environment book

November 30, 2013

Performance on Behalf of the Environment is a collection of essays from a diverse group of scholars that explore critically the strengths, limitations, and processes of what can be termed environmental performances.

Environmental Visual Communication program to hold gala in Toronto

October 21, 2013

Fleming College's Environmental Visual Communication program (an IECA organizational member) will hold a gala October 29 in Toronto: Torrent2013: [un]natural interruption.

Adrian J. Ivakhiv publishes Ecologies of the Moving Image book

October 11, 2013

Moving images take us on mental and emotional journeys, over the course of which we and our worlds undergo change. This is the premise of Ecologies of the Moving Image, which accounts for the ways cinematic moving images move viewers in ways that reshape our understanding of ourselves, of life, and of the Earth and universe. This book presents an ecophilosophy of the cinema: an account of the moving image in relation to its lived ecologies—the material, social, and perceptual relations within which movies are produced, consumed, and incorporated into cultural life.

Anne Marie Todd publishes Communicating Environmental Patriotism book

September 30, 2013

This book is the first to explore the history of environmental patriotism in America through the intriguing stories of environmental patriots and the rhetoric of their speeches and propaganda....

Chris Russill edits "Earth Observing Media" issue of CJC

September 30, 2013

Chris Russill recently guest edited a special issue of The Canadian Journal of Communication on the topic of "Earth Observing Media."

Amanda Katili Niode receives Rockefeller Foundation Award

September 28, 2013

Amanda Katili Niode recently received a prestigious award from the Rockefeller Foundation. This blog post summarizes her work as a resident policy fellow on climate change communication at the RF's Bellagio Center in Italy.

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