The event was hosted by the Ithaca College Republicans, who invited Reed to provide a different perspective to the college.
Living in the age of climate change means that there is little hope to be found in current events, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t try to make our own.
As of Wednesday, Sept. 19, the death count has reached at least 37 people. There are at least 27 dead in North Carolina, at least six in South Carolina and one in Virginia.
Smith presented his research on sustainable development in Nicaragua. His observational research focused on the rural community of Sabana Grande.
“Silence is deadly,” Edwards said. “Society often believes that silence is consensus. When people don’t speak up, then the majority are driven by the minority opinion.”
For Sustainability Week at the college, environmental activist Sandra Steingraber hosted a panel to present climate change and social issues.