Conference: Philosophy & Climate Change


Date: Saturday, May 14, 2016 (All day) to Sunday, May 15, 2016 (All day) Location: TBA The "Philosophy and Climate Change Conference," to be held on May 14-15, 2016, is co-sponsored by the Climate Futures Initiative, the University Center for … Continue reading

Politics of Water panel & reception

Bernstein Gallery, Robertson Hall

Panel & reception. Multimedia exhibition featuring works of the Princeton Artist Alliance, through Dec. 9 in the Bernstein Gallery, Robertson Hall. The artists have approached the topic from various vantage points — from the devastation created by climate change to … Continue reading

Theorizing Tipping Points in the Context of Climate Change

A71 Simpson Building

Professors Melissa Lane, Marc Fleurbaey, Rob Nixon and Steve Pacala Climate change may trigger abrupt changes to ecological and earth systems. How should we deal with the small and generally unknown probabilities of dramatic impacts? Natural science, social science, ethics … Continue reading

The Future of Water

Guyot 10

Peter Gleick, President Emeritus of the Pacific Institute and a renowned expert on water and climate issues, will present, "The Future of Water," at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 26, in Guyot Hall, Room 10. Gleick is the chief scientist, president … Continue reading

Revolutionizing Food Safety and Quality…

Lewis Thomas Laboratory 003

Through Genomics and Data Science: Lecture by Sasan Amini of Clear Labs: Food recalls cost an average of $15M per incident and can also cause significant harm to individuals. In the United States alone, food-borne illnesses make 48 million people … Continue reading

Foraged Cuisines, Culinary Labs

106 McCormick

“Foraged Cuisines, Culinary Labs: A food studies lens on the biopolitics and bioart of rewilding,” a public lecture by UCLA Prof Allison Carruth. Hosted by Anne Cheng, Princeton Professor of English and American Studies and Director, Program in American Studies.

Princeton Farmers’ Market

46-80 Franklin Ave Princeton, NJ, United States

Local produce, honey, nuts and other artisan foods, at a new location on Franklin Avenue, off Witherspoon Street.