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Jacob Rodriguez
20:28
Hello!
Tanya Czosek
20:30
Tanya Czosek here from LEAD200!!
Liz
20:30
Here from bio106! 😊
Shruti Bharatia
20:32
My name is Shruti. I am here as part of my Card 101 class
Kimberly Garibay
20:32
Hello!
Susan Scown
20:38
I'm Susan Scown, a member of the Greater Naperville chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby
Nicole Franger
20:40
Here from Lead 100!
Nina Patience
20:41
Hi I’m Nina im here for Card 101
Lydia Pond
20:44
Live from my office in WAC!
Serene Labadi
20:44
Hi! super excited!!! Lead 100 :)
Greg Hubert
20:46
Greg Hubert, Naperville Climate and Clean Energy Activist
Marisa Fontana
20:46
Greetings everyone! Marisa Fontana here! I teach the Cultural Ecology class.
Grace Watson
20:47
My name is Grace! I'm a sophomore Sociology/Anthropology major from Lockport, IL. No class, I'm just interested!
maddy clary
20:47
Maddy Clary from Lead 100
Sangay Chhoki
20:47
Happy Friday! I’m Sangki, and I am here for pure curiosity
Giovanni Giron
20:47
LEAD 200
James Fetzer
20:49
hello! here from CARD101
Elyssa Gooding
20:52
I’m an NCC alum and work in a public library in Virginia.
Jessica Velazco
20:53
Hi, my name is Jessica. I’m here from bio 195 and Card 102.
Avinash Moses
20:55
Avinash Moses from BIOL195
Stephen Caliendo
20:56
Hey everyone! I’m Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and Professor of Political Science. Thanks for coming!
Herman Hesby
20:59
Here from Card 101
Emily Kittell
21:05
Hi I’m Emily from Design Thinking for Social Impact.
Tahbata Zuniga Diaz
21:06
my name is Tabby in here for my card 101 class
Isabella Finch
21:10
Kendall and I are from Envi
Haven Denson
21:15
Haven from LEAD 200 and as an Activism Ambassador from the Center for Social Impact!!
Steve Weaver
21:15
Steve Weaver, Assistant Dean of Students. Hello everyone!
albert karvelis
21:16
Albert- Citizens Climate Looby -Naperville
Anna Schweppe
21:18
Im sarah and im here for CARD 202
Ryan Powers
21:22
Lead 200
Anna Schweppe
21:23
Biology 195
Claire Ruser
21:29
I'm Claire Ruser, Class of 2015 alum, watching from Chicago!
Grace Nelles
21:32
Hi I'm Grace! I am speaking for the student spotlight
Lily Stamper
21:33
Hi everyone! Here for LEAD200 and LEAD230
Yuning Ding
21:34
Hello! I am Yuning from Card 102
Lane O'Shea
21:34
Institutional Advancement here!
Georgia Walter
21:35
Heard about program from Margaret and thought it sounded interesting
Nayeli Montes
21:45
Hello! Here for LEAD200
Lindsay Gleason
21:46
I’m Lindsay and I am here from LEAD 200 (hooray!)
Brooke Schultz
21:51
Brooke Schultz from BIOL195
Tiffany Haski
21:58
Tiffany Haski -HR Here because you guys are so cool :)
Faith Bicking
21:59
Hello! Here from CARD 101
Jovany Hernandez
22:02
HI everyone, my name is Jovany Hernández, and I´m from the CARD honors program!
David Cordero
22:03
Hello! Looking forward to it :)
Julie Concepcion
22:38
hi hi, also from card 101 and bio 195
Juliet Mathey
22:49
Hi I'm Juliet! I am also a student speaker:]
Nathan Ronchetti
23:07
Nathan Ronchetti, Class of 2008 and former host. Excited!
Judith Brodhead
23:30
Nate was one of my freshman advisees!
Thomas Rausch
23:32
Tom Rausch from Citizens' Climate Lobby. I think I'm on last highlighting what we in CCL do locally.
Zachary Weiss
24:07
Hi, my name is Zack Weiss from conflict resolution.
Prerana Shrestha
24:39
I am Prerana… here because I am interested to learn more !
Kimberly Garibay
24:49
Me too^
Nathan Vihnanek
24:59
Nathan Vihnanek BIO450 & ENVI106
Princess Adams
25:02
Princess Adams, Co-President of our Black Student Association, but I'm here because I like environmental discussions :)
Judith Brodhead
31:27
Wonderful to see everyone!
Andrew Dille
31:59
Andrew Dille CARD 101H8
Natalie Barnes
32:18
Natalie Barnes CARD 101 H8
Tom Garvey
33:05
Tom Garvey class of 89 hi all. is closed caption available?
GA Mil
34:03
https://tedxnorthcentralcollege.com/
GA Mil
41:07
https://www.northcentralcollege.edu/college/sustainability-north-central-college
Jeremy Gudauskas
46:43
A burden and a sacred privilege…
Claire Ruser
47:05
^ agree "A burden and a sacred privilege"
Natalie Barnes
49:09
“The next 10 years must see the most profound transformation the world has ever known”
Kaitlin Ballard
49:57
10 years does seem like a long time in a human life span, but also not long at all...
Shruti Bharatia
53:34
I remember that a podcast was talking about climate change and they mentioned that many people didn't care for the reason that we believe that we can just go live in Mars but that isn't necessarily true. This belief has made it so many don't care about climate change.
Kaitlin Ballard
53:38
A theme I'm already seeing is connection - action requires a connected effort from everyone in every industry, resolutions have to consider the connection of planet/people/profit, the biophysical systems that are affected by climate change are connected
Lily Stamper
54:13
Wow. For every 1% of a global temp increase, 1 BILLION people (I believe) will be living in conditions that are uninhabitable :(
Kaitlin Ballard
54:23
@Shruti that makes me think of the slogan "There is no planet B"
Shruti Bharatia
56:34
Exactly. Colonizing Mars would need us to have Earth as a base. Even going and living in space isn't a possibility.
Brittany James
56:46
Great planes / agriculture is in a great place to help reabsorb carbon- that impacts all those systems
Shruti Bharatia
57:25
Melting ice sheets would most likely push more and more people inland, especially in places like Illinois\
Juliet Mathey
57:47
What does climate injustice look like in the scope of climate change science? What can science tell us about this topic?
Lily Stamper
59:43
YES! Climate injustice relates to many different systems as well such as systemic racism
Haven Denson
01:00:06
“Climate changes amplifies inequity/injustice”
Dakotah Poitra
01:00:33
^^^
Kaitlin Ballard
01:03:51
Stay tuned, we'll be digging into the intersection of these topics even further later on!
Shruti Bharatia
01:04:07
One factor I don't understand why no one talks about is how switching to reusable energy would bring the energy industry back to the US completely. Am I wrong to think of this?
William Bozue
01:04:57
Very disappointing that the US dropped out of changes that already weren’t even enough… says a lot.
Paul Bloom
01:04:58
You are right on point Shruti
Kaitlin Ballard
01:07:11
Agreed William, very disappointing, that's why it's important that as citizens we use our voices and tell our decision makers what action we want our country to take
Shruti Bharatia
01:07:12
Do we know what effects this shift would have on the economies of countries in the Middle East that have heavy oil industries?
Kaitlin Ballard
01:07:15
and VOTE!
Joanna Weremijewicz
01:07:19
VOTE VOTE VOTE
Shruti Bharatia
01:07:39
VOTE
Juliet Mathey
01:07:45
vote locally too!
Shruti Bharatia
01:07:54
YES^^
Natalie Barnes
01:08:00
Vote!!!!!!
Joanna Weremijewicz
01:08:06
There’s a saying, “All politics are local”
Shruti Bharatia
01:08:27
This pandemic has showed us how politics are local
Jette-Mari Anni
01:09:04
Well said Dr. Bloom!
Kaitlin Ballard
01:10:07
The pandemic has also shown us that we can make extreme changes quickly, which we need to do with regard to climate action
Yaitova Spiegel
01:10:24
“We let capitalism morph into something monstrous”
Claire Ruser
01:10:28
^ Agree with Kaitlin!
Shruti Bharatia
01:10:30
It is confusing how people can see the wildfire in California and think that climate change doesn't exist.
Paul Bloom
01:11:29
Shruti: While a shift away from a retro-economy will challenge those countries, it is a shift that they will have to make anyway - sooner rather than later. There are other resources (like the sun) that those countries could choose to exploit. Morocco is a great example of this.
Paul Bloom
01:11:37
*petro
Shruti Bharatia
01:12:26
Thank you for answering my question
Julie Concepcion
01:14:11
cant make money if there is no people
Jovany Hernandez
01:14:21
^
Nathan Vihnanek
01:15:16
Businesses invest in destruction
Haven Denson
01:15:32
“corruption works best when it’s hidden”
Joseph Klaips
01:16:48
^
Alejandra Cavazos
01:17:25
This is why I love social entrepreneurship
GA Mil
01:17:41
http://www.celestinewatch.com/ https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/celestine-watch/coming_soon/x/24807484
GA Mil
01:18:23
find Celestine's watches and more info on them in the links above!
Brittany James
01:28:03
If you can decrease the production of carbon and promote ways to absorb carbon you make the effect on temp rise more significant
Paul Bloom
01:29:06
Carbon renewal is going to have to be part of any successful strategy for limiting warming to “safe” levels
Paul Bloom
01:29:11
*removal
Brittany James
01:29:53
And could really improve our agricultural practices
Kaitlin Ballard
01:30:03
this simulator is such a helpful visual representation to begin to conceptualize how all these industries have a roll to play and make an impact (either positively/negatively)
Haven Denson
01:30:53
Yes! It’s so cool to watch the effects in “real time”
Marisa Fontana
01:31:20
Great job, Becky!
Shruti Bharatia
01:31:40
Humans tend to not want to do anything that isn't easy until absolutely needed
Grace Watson
01:31:44
Yes! And simulations make these concepts more accessible to people of all knowledge levels!
Tahbata Zuniga Diaz
01:31:48
where can I find this website? sorry if I missed it
Becky Sanders
01:32:05
https://en-roads.climateinteractive.org/scenario.html
Tahbata Zuniga Diaz
01:32:18
thank you!!
Becky Sanders
01:32:25
Here's the simulator if you want to make your own scenarios!
Warner Hellyer
01:33:27
“When the disaster is declared done they suffer more than anyone.”
Andrew Dille
01:34:14
“You don’t need to be a politician to make it your mission”
Jeremy Gudauskas
01:34:26
Now, Now, Now
Natalie Barnes
01:34:30
“The time is now, now, now”
Natalie Barnes
01:34:56
Also “giving future generations / our youth the planet they deserve”
Haven Denson
01:35:08
“Not because it is easy or nice but because it is necessary”
Paul Bloom
01:36:14
This is not just a poem - it is a psalm for our time
Claire Ruser
01:36:17
"What can we do?" That's a question I find myself asking a lot.
Claire Ruser
01:39:58
Can reproducte the stats accurately, but those differences in producing/taking in more/less based on race is shocking.
Claire Ruser
01:40:12
Can't* reproduce*
Lily Stamper
01:40:20
WOAH those stats! Black people breathe in 56% more pollution than they produce and white people breathe in 17% less than they produce
Claire Ruser
01:40:29
^^^
Marisa Fontana
01:41:05
^^^
Stephen Caliendo
01:41:15
“The climate crisis is . . . colonialism’s natural conclusion“ — MP David Lammy
Princess Adams
01:41:26
^^^^^^
Juliet Mathey
01:42:09
^^^^^
Margaret Stacy-Duffy (she/her)
01:43:35
“We need to look at who is being cropped out”
Natalie Barnes
01:43:52
^^
Michael Longworth
01:43:55
“You didn’t just erase a photo, you erased a continent”
Warner Hellyer
01:44:06
^^
Warner Hellyer
01:45:57
Powerful.
Marisa Fontana
01:46:08
^^^
Joanna Weremijewicz
01:51:21
So much can be done by action on college campuses! Earth day was started by a grad student that got a bunch of colleges and schools across the country to celebrate it, and the country embraced it after seeing it’s success!
Dakotah Poitra
01:51:37
Thanks for sharing Milia!!!
Stephen Caliendo
01:52:52
Thank you, Milia!
Milia Harris
01:55:19
thank you so much, Dakota & Dr. Caliendo!
Lily Stamper
01:55:42
I love this innovation! What a great way to use your resources to combat issues such as homelessness and improve the community
Grace Watson
01:57:11
"We can create the future we want, but getting there is going to take everyone contributing around the world, wherever we call home."
Jeremy Gudauskas
01:59:40
Love the birds chirping in the background
Natalie Barnes
02:03:14
“Optimism means envisioning our desired future and actively pulling it closer”
Stephen Caliendo
02:08:19
Thank you, Haven!
Dakotah Poitra
02:08:21
Perfectly said!
Lily Stamper
02:08:22
100% agree about the “weight of the world” point! Individual baby steps can turn into big steps from major corporations (hopefully!)
Linh Phu
02:08:28
Great job Haven!
Judith Brodhead
02:08:29
Thanks, Haven!
Andrew Le
02:08:36
^^
Grace Watson
02:08:54
^^^ What Lily said!
Judith Brodhead
02:09:18
That is very impressive, Jeremy!
Lily Stamper
02:09:27
JG THATS AMAZING!! I heard you’ve also kayaked to work as well
Lydia Pond
02:09:57
That is a lot of biking!Did you know we have a cycling club here on campus? Seems like something you may be interested in.....
Becky Sanders
02:15:26
You can present at the 2021 Rall Symposium!
Stephen Caliendo
02:15:49
Yay to getting involved in government!
Juliet Mathey
02:16:02
YES
Serene Labadi
02:16:07
I unfortunately have to leave to get to a meeting but thank you SO much to all of the speakers and organizers of this event. I learned so much and am so appreciative to be at a school where so many people care so deeply about learning about these things. Thank you thank you thank you!
Greg Hubert
02:16:58
Thank you, Juliet and Grace! Students and community of Naperville, please get involved.Naperville “consumes” one of the largest shares of coal-fired electricity from the Prairie State Energy Campus, THE largest GHG polluter in Illinois with over 26 billion pounds of CO2 per year!
Juliet Mathey
02:18:01
learn more about Naperville's energy THIS SUNDAY at the launch of cleanenergynaperville.org
Judith Brodhead
02:19:20
You’re doing a great job, Jeremy!
Becky Sanders
02:21:20
Here's the website if those ideas went by too quickly! https://www.count-us-in.org/
GA Mil
02:21:24
http://count-us-in.org *do include the dishes in the link! :)
Thomas Rausch
02:21:25
Fantastic to see students seriously involved in climate change. Thank you Juliet and Grace.
Kaitlin Ballard
02:22:23
Follow the Sustainability Team on the Hub and Instagram at @nccsustainable and @ncc_greenscene this is a great way to keep informed events/actions on campus and ways to get involved
Greg Hubert
02:24:23
Join Green Scene at North Central College!Learn more about citizen efforts in Naperville's sustainability task force NEST.Support Illinois efforts to pass #CEJA.Support national efforts to pass climate action such as CCL's.Please get involved as you can.
Kaitlin Ballard
02:25:23
October is Campus Sustainability Month and we have joined the EcoChallenge which focuses on the individual actions that Haven reminded us are also important, it's not too late to join our team https://peoples.ecochallenge.org/dashboards/teams/north-central-college
Thomas Rausch
02:27:09
Find CCL at CCLUSA.org
GA Mil
02:27:10
http://citizensclimatelobby.org
catherine kaduk
02:27:29
Great to hear about this opportunity!
catherine kaduk
02:27:36
of CCL
GA Mil
02:27:39
https://www.ted.com/series/countdown find those here :)
David Cordero
02:29:30
Thanks to everyone for putting this together!!!
Greg Hubert
02:29:30
Thank you Jeremy and North Central College!
catherine kaduk
02:29:48
Thank you for this inspiring event!
Kaitlin Ballard
02:29:52
Social Impact crushed it!!! Adapted TedxNorthCentralCollege to a virtual event, seamlessly. Can't wait until we can resume these events in person!
GA Mil
02:29:54
thank you everyone! find more info about our office (the Center) here! http://northcentralcollege.edu/socialimpact :)
Claire Ruser
02:30:01
Thanks, North Central!
Linh Phu
02:30:30
Huge congrats and thank you to the Center for Social Impact Team for their hard work on putting this together!
Tanya Czosek
02:30:38
Thank you!!!!
Jeremy Gudauskas
02:43:44
We’ll post the link to the recording here as soon as it’s available (probably tonight): https://tedxnorthcentralcollege.com/
Judith Brodhead
02:43:51
You were a great conductor!
Paul Bloom
02:44:05
Thanks Jeremy and everyone!
Joanna Weremijewicz
02:44:14
Thank you everyone!
Grace Watson
02:44:15
Thank you everyone!
Sangay Chhoki
02:44:16
Thank you everyone!!!!!
Juliet Mathey
02:44:24
Thank you everyone!!