Service Learning Internship Projects
How do we protect both the environment and people from the rapid changes happening in our world? There are a multitude of proposed solutions, but in order to have any of them actually implemented, you need laws and support.
In New York City, the City Council has founded the Committee on Environmental Protection. A small group of elected officials and dedicated civil servants have come together to make the changes necessary to lead us into the future.
Directed/Created by Kent Williams
In association with Sergio Abarracin, Daniel Lefko, and Michael Naijman
Stewardship Practices by Alicia Gonzalez
Rent Regulation by Jessica Sanchez
Embodied Energy by Kateryna Ponomarenko
Hazards of Carpet Cleaning by Dan Murphy
Understanding Energy Consumption at Home with Data Loggers by Christopher Faust
Independence and Sustainability Initiative by Lloyd Williams
Forest Explorers Program by Brooke Astarita
Energy Sustainability in Queens College by Corides Gonzalez
Long Island Sound Research by Mikael Kerr
The Environmental Law and Justice Project by Victor Hillergren
NYC MS4 Permit Project by Gordon Chike
Rooftop Turbines in the Built Environment by Collan Campbell
Apec Ocean Lesson Plan by Steffani Ruf
Science of the Living City Seminars by Margaret Mccabe
Teacher Motivation w/in Garden Based Learning: Survey by Alina Firer
Cooking and Eating Together Class Curriculum by Christine Rocha
Pomonok Farmer’s Market and Food Box Program by Nicole Marin Torres
We Act for Environmental Justice by Nick Kisarewski
Because there are many high resolution pictures in the booklet I’ve broken it up into 4 documents so that it can be loaded to the blog.
Trees Count: Semester Final Project (Daniela)
Project discusses the need for tree biodiversity on city streets.