The final presentation schedule which was distributed in class on Monday is posted again here. Please see reminders to arrive on time, bring final drafts on the day you are scheduled to present, and to attend both classes to receive full credit for your presentation.
Copy of the presentation guidelines posted here (this was also distributed in class on Monday).
Guidelines for Presentations
Please bring your copy of “New models for sustainable growth in emerging-market cities” for Monday’s class.
Please see posted reading and questions on which to post for Monday April 4.
The questions have been numbered and appear under the “Exam Reviews” tab.
Six short answer questions from this list (the midterm, as mentioned, will also include some definitions, many of which you will find from class notes and the assigned readings
Two optional extra credit assignments have been posted under a new menu item Extra Credit Assignments. These are a great opportunity to both earn extra credit toward your final presentation and to share with fellow students throughout the college the projects you are working on in Environmental Economics.
**If you choose to participate in the Knowing Brooklyn event, please let me know in class or via email by Tuesday, March 22.
The reading for this Monday, March 21 has been posted. Our guest lecturer will be Prof. D. Mincyte, Sociology. Her presentation will be followed by a discussion of the reading and then a review for the midterm exam.
Extra credit assignment opportunity!
Participate in Eco Fest 2016: Have ideas about how you would green City Tech?
Is there a project you are doing that could make City Tech greener? Contribute your ideas and participate in the Eco Fest event – posters, ideas, proposals? See below
ECO Fest City Tech April 21-2016
The readings have been posted on Open Lab for Mon. March 14 (under the Reading Assignments tab.
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