Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 73.84
Liaison Careen Arsenault
Submission Date Feb. 27, 2019
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STARS v2.1

Cornell University
IN-25: Innovation B

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 1.00 / 1.00
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Name or title of the innovative policy, practice, program, or outcome:
Where is the Human in Climate Change? Podcast Series

A brief description of the innovative policy, practice, program, or outcome that outlines how credit criteria are met and any positive measurable outcomes associated with the innovation:

“Where is the Human in Climate Change” is a podcast and essay series focused on the latest thinking from across the disciplines about the relationship between humans and the environment. The series explores a range of topics cultivated by students, faculty, and staff including Human Ecosystem Engineers, Future Fashion, City Planning, and Planetary Health from lectures and professors from departments including Fiber Science and Apparel, Comparative Literature, City and Regional Planning, and Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. The podcast is geared towards a global audience with the goal of exploring complex issues from a humanist perspective. This series launched on Cornell’s Humanities Webpage and iTunes and SoundClound streaming platforms on April 17 and were released weekly in the spring.

Which of the following impact areas does the innovation most closely relate to? (select up to three):
Campus Enagement
Public Engagement

A letter of affirmation from an individual with relevant expertise or a press release or publication featuring the innovation :

The website URL where information about the programs or initiatives is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:

Links to the Podcast can be found at the following webpages: https://as.cornell.edu/humanities or https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/what-makes-us-human/id1290247786# (Episodes Planetary Health - Building Resilience)

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