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Emerging Ideas in Sustainability
Ideas for a Better World
On October 29th, the Cornell Sustainability Office will host the next in its Ideas for a Better World series. Featured speakers will be: Treijon Johnson ‘17 Environmental Science and Sustainability Major and Margo Hittleman ’81, PhD ’07 Co-founder and Coordinator of the Natural Leaders Initiative, Senior Fellow with Dorothy Cotton Institute.
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