Lunch Talk: Rescuing Leftover Cuisine 11/17 at 1:00pm

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CUCSD and SIPA Welcomes: Robert Lee from Rescuing Leftover Cuisine 

Tuesday, November 17

1:00-2:00 pm

International Affairs Building, Room 418

Join the SIPA Food Systems Group and the Columbia University Coalition for Sustainable Development as we host Robert Lee, the CEO and co-founder of Rescuing Leftover Cuisine, an innovative nonprofit tackling food waste in the city of New York and others across the U.S. through its network of volunteers and technology!

The mission of Rescuing Leftover Cuisine is to become the world’s most widely used solution for companies and individuals to eliminate food waste in their communities, making food rescue sustainable and universal, and food hunger a thing of the past.

To date, RLC has delivered over 10,000 pounds of food in New York City with a negligible delivery cost of just 10 cents a pound making us one of the most efficient systems attempting to end hunger and food waste.

Join us for free food for eating AND food for thought next Tuesday, November 17 from 1-2 pm!

Facebook event link below:

https://www.facebook.com/events/979952868731089/

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Lunch Talk: Charity Water 11/18 at 1:00pm

Columbia University Coaltion for Sustainable Development (CUCSD)
and
Global Health Organization for SIPA Students (GHOST)

Welcomes: Charity Water

 

November 18th, 2015

1:00 to 2:00 pm

SIPA, Room 1201

Join us for a Brown Bag Lunch with Charity Water, a nonprofit organization aimed at bringing clean and safe drinking water to developing nations.  Learn how clean water means health, income and education – especially for women and kids.

Lunch will be provided. Attendance will be on a first-come, first served basis.

2015 C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium

Student Presentation Opportunity at MIT

2015 C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium

Our clean energy future requires innovative policies, tools, and technologies to address the ongoing global issues associated with historical trends in energy use. In its report on a sustainable energy future, the National Science Foundation stated, “a sustainable energy economy values environmental and ecosystem stewardship, as well as clean, equitable, reliable, renewable, safe, secure, and economically viable energy strategies and solutions.”[i]

 

We invite students from all academic disciplines to bring their creativity to help shape the future of clean energy. C3E organizers are delighted to offer all young scholars an opportunity to showcase their work and experience in research, service, and/or education in the energy system.

 

Graduate students may apply to compete in a research poster competition. Finalists will be invited to present in person at the symposium where attendees will vote to select First, Second and Third place winners (with prizes of $2,500, $1,500, and $1,000 respectively). This competition is sponsored by Cummins Inc.

 

Undergraduate students may apply to present a three-minute lightning presentation at the symposium. Selected presenters will be invited to attend the full day-and-a-half symposium.
The C3E Symposium: The goal of the symposium is to provide women in clean energy with a range of perspectives, analysis, and data on clean energy challenges and opportunities. It also provides a unique forum for networking. It is our hope that it will help build a sustained national and international community of professionals dedicated to advancing the careers and goals of women in clean energy.

More information, including eligibility, requirements, and application procedures, are available at C3Eawards.org/StudentOpportunities. Please contact elliotg@MIT.edu with any questions.