Stories:

  • NEWS
    Projects for Peace Awards $10,000 for Gambian Venture
    A community-managed seed bank will be created in Albreda, The Gambia, West Africa this summer thanks to a Kathryn W. Davis 100 Projects for Peace grant awarded to College of the Atlantic senior Jenna Farineau ’18.
  • NEWS
    In Their Own Words: Matt Maiorana ’11 Organizer
    Matt Maiorana ’11 went to his first UN negotiation as a second-year in 2007. He’s since attended multiple UN meetings, but after that first meeting he helped create COA’s environmental justice group Earth in Brackets, or [Earth], and obtain official observer status at the UNFCCC. Matt has worked for both the government and advocacy groups, including as an organizer for the 2014 People’s Climate March. Currently, he’s with the nonprofit Oil Change International. He also cofounded the website activistlab.org with Sam Miller-McDonald ’09.
  • NEWS
    Congressional Rep. Calls for More Women in Politics
    “One gender doesn’t own all goodness, but in a circumstance like this, in which you have to use unconventional means to move forward, there should be more women in politics,” U.S. Rep. and College of the Atlantic alumna Chellie Pingree ’79 tells the COA community during a video visit.

Events:

October 2nd, 2018

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    Political agroecologist Dr. Jahi Chappell visits College of the Atlantic to speak on his recently published book

    Beginning to End Hunger: Lessons from Brazil and Beyond

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Political agroecologist Dr. Jahi Chappell speaks about ecology, democracy, and food justice at College of the Atlantic’s Human Ecology Forum. Sponsored by COA’s Food & Farming Speakers Series and the Thoreau Environmental Leaders Initiative.

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