Andrew Schwartz is the Deputy Director for the Center for Earth Ethics. He has worked at the confluence of justice, climate change, and social equity for the past decade. A graduate of Union (‘13), Andrew got his start in the environmental movement as an intern at the United Nations during Rio+20. He has worked as an communications consultant for the Climate Reality Project and previously served as the co-director of Micah Challenge USA. He currently resides in Portland, OR.
From the Blog
Original Caretakers Program – Center for Earth Ethics participation at the Ninth Session of the World Urban Forum. Kuala Lumpur, 7-13 February 2018 Mindahi Bastida-Munoz participated in the Stakeholders’ Roundtable – Indigenous Peoples Session, which focused on the problems that indigenous peoples face as migrants and as citizens in the cities.… Read more
Last December 15-19, I attended a Symposium on Mayan History and Religion in Malmö University, Sweden. One of the most outstanding components of the program was the offer of three-day courses, among which featured one on Paleography of Colonial Texts. It was offered by John Chuchiak, Director of both the… Read more