Earth Day at Endicott
Thursday, April 21 – All day
Earth Day at Endicott gets bigger every year! This year’s event combines a full day of fun, earth-friendly activities with Endicott’s second Energy Summit, an increasingly important forum at which experts in energy and conservation discuss the most significant energy challenges facing our nation.
Earth Day Fair
10 am – 2 pm, Outside the Callahan Center
Have fun while learning about what you can do on campus and in your community to help protect our natural resources. Tie-dying, poetry reading, a plant sale, music, ice cream, nature art, demonstrations by local companies and organizations….There will be something for everyone!
Earth Day Prayer/Blessing
5 pm – 5:15 pm, Amphitheater outside Academic Center
Say a prayer for the Earth, for conservation efforts, for the future of our planet, and for your part in preserving our environment. All faiths welcome!
Endicott Energy Summit
Reception: 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm, Academic Center Courtyard Café
Summit: 7 pm – 8:30 pm, Academic Center Auditorium
Get inside information on one of the most controversial topics of our time: America’s energy policy. Learn of the challenges and possibilities and join the debate with our panel of renowned experts:
- Daniel Ford -- Energy Analyst at Barclays Capital, an international investment bank
- Carolyn O'Connor -- Director of External Affairs at ISO New England, non-profit operator of New England's bulk electrical power system
- Amy Roma -- Attorney at Hogan Lovells US LLP in Washington, D.C., where she specializes in nuclear energy matters
- Hoff Stauffer -- Managing Director of Wingaersheek Research Institute, a non-profit organization studying global warming, and former Director of Economic Analysis at the Environmental Protection Agency