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The Long Shadow of Cecil John Rhodes

Sponsor(s): Cultural Anthropology
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Pollinator houses

Meet the Garden Keepers

Sponsor(s): Sarah P. Duke Gardens
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Text: "Power Up: Intro to Policy's Role in the Clean Energy Transition - Wed/ 9/22 6-7:30 p.m. EDT Learn more about policy's role in advancing renewables! Led by Kate Konschnik and Jennifer Weiss (Climate and Energy Program, Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions)." Right side: " Power Up: Intro to Energy Systems & Tech Wed. 9/29 6-7:30 p.m. EDT Get the latest on key trends and potential game changers in clean energy tech! Led by Dr. Tim Johnson (Nicholas School of the Environment) and Dr. Eric Rohlfing (Duke U Energy Initiative)" Middle: Duke students RSVP today: bit.ly/dukepowerup

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Nature Networks: How We Connect to Nature

**CANCELED**
Sponsor(s): Sarah P. Duke Gardens
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Dr. Bruce Lindsay is a senior lawyer and ecosystems program lead at Environmental Justice Australia. Since 2012, Bruce has worked in a diverse range of practice areas within environmental and natural resources law. Bruce’s work has traversed law and policy reform and litigation. Bruce has worked closely with local community organisations and NGOs in order to use the law to protect the environment, as well as seeking to improve environmental laws. Since 2015 Bruce has advised Indigenous peak bodies and Traditional Owners in relation to water rights, especially in the Murray Darling Basin. This work includes seeking to progress innovative legal and policy approaches to achieving water justice for Indigenous communities.

Global Environmental Justice, Water Rights, and Traditional Owners in Australia

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Fall flowers in the Blomquist Garden

Virtual Walk on the Wild Side: Summer Flowering, part 2

Sponsor(s): Sarah P. Duke Gardens
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Garden Revolution: How Our Landscapes Can Be a Source of Environmental Change

Sponsor(s): Sarah P. Duke Gardens
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Archives, Multimodality, and Decolonizing Anthropology

Sponsor(s): Cultural Anthropology
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Acorns

Mighty Oaks: A Panel Discussion

Sponsor(s): Sarah P. Duke Gardens
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