Videos

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Revamping the Kimberely Process: Conflict Diamonds, Prevention Workers

Reduce, Reuse: Following the  Paper Trail

Livestock and Methane Emissions

Zero Waste Challenge

Plastic Water Bottle Campaign Videos

Grading Dorms for RecycleMania

Greening the Curriculum

Tufts Composting

Aquafinito

Tour of Tufts Solar Decathlon House

Eco-Representative Symposium

50 Grams

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Revamping the Kimberely Process: Conflict Diamonds, Prevention Workers


From Tufts University’s Conflict and Natural Resources class with Professor Nancy Gleason, Fall 2012. Film by Megan Maher, Karen Bustard, Dani Jenkins, Steph Krantz, and Daniel Goodman

Reduce, Reuse: Following the Paper Trail

by Sophia Laster, Jake Lipson, Sarah Lockwood and Erin Stone for Film for Social Change, Fall 2011 (via Tufts CMS on Vimeo).

Livestock and Methane Emissions

By: Hayes Peebles, Tamara Masri, Hallie Gluk, and Anya Klepacki for Bio 7, Fall 2011

Zero-Waste Challenge

Jumbo Shorts: The Zero Waste Challenge from Tufts University on Vimeo, by Gene Buonaccorsi, A13

Plastic Water Bottle Campaign video – ExCollege 046 Fall 2010

Did You Know (Old Spice ad Spoof)

Oh Man, I’m Hungry

Danny’s Addiction

 

Grading Dorms for Recyclemania

By Tufts student Catherine M. Nakajima, May 2010

Greening the Curriculum

via JD Cutrufo on Vimeo, Tufts Institute for the Environment, May 2010

Tufts Composting Video

Breaking it Down: Composting at Tufts University from JD Cutrufo on Vimeo.
by UEP Grad student, Spring 2010

Aquafinito


- about bottled water by incoming freshman Annalise Littman (A14), created 2010(?)

Tour of Tufts Solar Decathlon House

Fall 2009

Eco-Representative Symposium


The Tufts University Office of Sustainability, in conjunction with the class “Environmental Action: Shifting for Saying to Doing” hosted a half-day conference on Nov 7, 2009 for college students region wide to share best practices in peer-to-peer education.

50 Grams


“What if today, your greenhouse gas and trash consumption were… tangible?”

Excellent video about visualizing carbon emissions by Tufts students 2007