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  • Eben Kirksey Visits Yale-NUS

    The Anthropology and Environmental Studies programmes at Yale-NUS College are delighted to host Eben Kirksey for a talk titled “Becoming Wild: The Monkeys of Florida’s Silver River.” Dr Kirksey is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Humanities at the University of New South Wales and is considered a leading thinker in the field of environmental h...

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  • Environmental Photographer and Curator James De...

    The Environmental Studies programme was delighted to host environmental photography James Delano from Friday, 3 March to Wednesday, 8 March 2017. While at Yale-NUS, Mr. Delano led a photography workshop, headlined a public panel, give a Rector’s Tea for the Yale-NUS community, layed the groundwork for a gallery exhibit, and consulted with studen...

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  • Erik Assadourian On Cultures of Sustainability:...

    27 January 2017.  The Environmental Studies programme at Yale-NUS College is delighted to host Mr Erik Assadourian from Tuesday, 31 January to Thursday, 2 February 2017. Mr Assadourian will give two public talks, visit several classes, and consult with students and faculty during his stay in Singapore. Based out of Washington DC, Mr Assadourian ...

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  • Psychologist Tim Kasser to Visit Yale-NUS Colle...

    28 July 2016.  Professor Tim Kasser, Professor of Psychology at Knox College and an expert on materialism, well-being and post-consumer futures, spent one week visiting Yale-NUS College in late August 2016 as a guest of the Environmental Studies programme, with support from the programme in Psychology. Professor Kasser, perhaps most noted for hi...

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  • Yale-NUS students in Environmental Studies laun...

    UPDATE!!  See Yale-NUS feature story on SSN. 28 July 2016. 14 Yale-NUS students, including many Environmental Studies majors, recently launched the Sustainable Solutions Network. Here’s their story, as excerpted from their website: The initial sketch of the SSN began in the Summer of 2015. Two members of I’dECO: the Yale-NUS Sustaina...

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  • Peak Oil: A new book by Dr Matthew Schneider-Ma...

    It is hard to imagine a world without one of the most essential natural resources in industrialised nations today – oil. Many of our daily needs, from propelling vehicles to producing electric power, require oil as the energy source. In fact, many of our common products like toothpaste, washing powder and shampoo contain petroleum products....

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