Past Events

UO students will take part in simulated international climate change negotiations June 14 and 18 as participants in the APRU Student Global Climate Change Simulation.
A hybrid event discussing the role of academia, state and the federal government at a time of urgently needed transition to address climate change. Law professor Greg Dotson will discuss his engagement with the senate to develop and pass the historic bi-partisan bill, the resulting infusion of resources to the state of Oregon and how the package includes key provisions related to climate change.
Hosted by SOJC Media Studies Assistant Professor Maxwell Foxman and Danny Pimentel, Climate Change Game Night offers a hands-on opportunity to explore representations of climate change through play and provides an opportunity for students from across campus to access the SOJC experience hub.
Sponsored by the Student Sustainability Center, Climate Justice League, and CAER.
The discussion will be moderated by Professor Kirby Brown (Cherokee Nation) and Kayla Godowa-Tufti (Warm Springs, Kalapuya/Molalla descent), with a welcome and blessing provided by Marta Clifford. Registration is required.
Please join the IPRE team for their last IPRE/PPPM seminar of the year!
In Geostories: Another Architecture for the Environment, DESIGN EARTH makes visible the anthropogenic worlds of climate change in a series of 14 projects, in which the architectural drawing and narrative are critical of and speculative of planetary futures.
Chef Bryant Terry illuminates the intersections of poverty, structural racism, and food insecurity in multiple arenas, from grassroots activism in historically marginalized communities to national media appearances.

Se’Si’Le Snake River to the Salish Sea - Spirit of the Waters Totem Pole Journey to a Solution

Urbanism Next Webinar - Register Now
Artist Nina Elder travels to some of the most environmentally impacted, geographically distant, and economically important places on the globe where she researches how the natural environment is changing through human-centered activities.

Sustainability Open Houses bring together stakeholders from across campus to share work and spark ideas that lead to collaborations and cross-pollinations between academics and operations, learning and working.

Representatives from the University of Oregon’s Charleston Marine Life Center will be present in the Hales Center lobby before and after the lecture.
The Center for Environmental Futures is sponsoring this year's Eugene Environmental Film Festival, in partnership with Emerald Earth Film Festival. The festivities run from April 15th through the 24th, with both a virtual and live screening portion! 

Oregon Law Perspectives presented by:Professor Roberta Mann (Tax) and Professor Sarah Adams-Schoen (Environmental Law)