This February, we welcomed guest speaker Peggy Shepard. She is co-founder and executive director of WE ACT for Environmental Justice, based in West Harlem. She has successfully combined grassroots organizing; environmental advocacy and environmental health research to become one of the most highly respected environmental advocates in the country today. In her talk “Keepers of …
Category Archive: Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management
Last Friday, Rick testified before New York City Council’s Civil Service and Labor Committee to support legislation expanding paid sick days to New York City workers at firms with five or more employees and to strengthen the law in other ways. He has based his support for the legislation on findings that indicate economic benefits have been seen in San Fransisco after the city expanded paid sick days to smaller businesses
Click here to view the Spring 2014 Milano Course Schedule with Rooms (PDF). Click here to view the Spring 2014 GPIA Courses by Concentration (PDF). Click here to view the Spring 2014 Cardozo Courses Available to Milano Students (PDF). Please note that schedules are subject to change, the links above are to the most recent schedules available.
This journal spring 2013 special issue includes an article by EPSM Professor John Clinton, Former Parsons FTF Laura Briggs, and three Milano alums: Gal Gabriel from EPSM; John Stinar from OCM; and Orlando Velez from Urban Policy.
On Saturday, September 21st Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management students of Milano joined the Day of Action on Keystone.