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Before the Flood film Screening

Crystal Cove Auditorium A, 311 W Peltason Dr, Irvine, CA, United States

This exclusive and free screening of BEFORE THE FLOOD is brought to you by Global Partners for Sustainability at UCI. This riveting account of the dramatic changes now occurring around the world due to climate change, as well as the actions we as individuals and as a society can take to prevent catastrophic disruptions of [...]


End-of-Quarter Potluck Meet and Greet

Sustainability Resource Center, Room G464, Fourth Floor Student Center South , Select a Country:

Students of the Global Sustainability Resource Center (GSRC), Global Partners for Sustainability (GPS), and the Community Resilience Collaborative warmly invite you to attend an end-of-quarter potluck + meet and greet. Event Details Date: Friday, 12/1 from 1PM - 2PM Location: Global Sustainability Resource Center, G464 Student Center South (4th Floor above Zot n’ Go) This [...]

Local Climate Action Panel: How Southern California Can Act Now

Student Center, Pacific Ballroom C , Select a Country:

Join us for an interactive panel to learn how active members in academia and business are taking action and finding solutions to climate change. Reception to follow. WHEN: January 30, 2018 WHERE: Pacific Ballroom C TIME: 6:30-7:00 Art Gallery 7:00-8:30 Panel 8:30-9:00 Reception Speakers from the sectors of academia and industry will answer students’ questions [...]


VRNACULARs: A Virtual Reality Climate Experience

UCI Student Center, Pacific Ballroom D 311 West Peltason Drive, Irvine, CA, United States

Learn about climate action and sustainability in the gaming industry! We'll have virtual reality demos and a discussion with VRNACULARs, followed by a climate art gallery, open mic, and dinner. This is open to the public to promote climate change solutions.



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