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BCEEAN Newsletter Spring 2015

Eagle-Led Non-Profit Sponsors Letter to Pope Francis Welcoming His U.S. Visit and Climate Change Message

Honoring the Future, an Eagle-led nonprofit project, is collecting signatures on a letter recognizing the importance of the Pope’s actions and committing signers to approach his message with an open mind. The letter includes an original artwork celebrating these historic events. More.

Save the Date! Sept. 28 – Oct. 1, 2015: BC To Explore Papal Encyclical on Climate Change and Environment

BC will hold four days of events in response to Pope Francis’s encyclical on climate change and the environment. More.

Eagle Addresses Vatican Conference on Autism

Dr. Philip J. Landrigan '63, Dean for Global Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, outlined the role of environmental exposures in causing autism. More.

Solar Revolution for New England Mill Towns

The Solar Revolution has begun in Franklin, New Hampshire and it is demonstrating the potential to re-energize rural mill towns that were once home to America’s most productive mills. More.

Climate Conversations – From Grassroots to Government

Campus lectures offer unique perspectives on the issues that grassroots movements and governments alike seek to address, as well as the actions that these groups are taking, through their efforts to fight against climate change in the United States. More.


Join the BCEEAN Social Networks!

Stay connected with fellow members of BCEEAN through our Facebook page and ever-growing LinkedIn group.


Help Out a Fellow Eagle

If you have energy or environmental sector internship or job shadowing opportunities for current BC students, please contact BCEEAN at envrn@bc.edu.


Help Grow BCEEAN

If you know alumni who might enjoy participating in BCEEAN, please circulate this newsletter to them and invite them to join us at envrn@bc.edu. More information about BCEEAN can be obtained from our website:www.bc.edu/bceean

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