Antonia presents the “Political Economy of Oil” lecture to the students of the International Honors Program: Climate Change Program.
Antonia provides a guest lecture on reporting on oil and the environment to a graduate course on Social Media and the Environment at the Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, UCSB.
As part of the COP21 United Nations climate talks in Paris, Transnational Institute (TNI) will host a seminar on transforming the energy system. Antonia will join a panel of distinguished speakers.
This Saturday, renowned authors and climate activists Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein are hosting a public trial of ExxonMobil at the COP21 People’s Climate Summit in Montreuil.
Antonia provides guest lecture for graduate level course of social movements and civil society.
Antonia will be giving an introductory lecture on climate change and the politics of oil for 350 freshmen students just entering UCSC College Nine.
Antonia and a panel of speakers will consider what speeds a just transition from fossil fuels, what we can learn from local actions and partnerships, and what justice has to do with all of this.
A benefit to support GRN’s work to monitor corporate polluters, organize with communities for better storm protection, and defend the critters of the Gulf who rely on clean habitat.
The program includes lunch with a keynote address, panel discussions, and an evening reception, where you can engage with other leaders from the grant-making, business, outdoor recreation, political, environmental, academic, and public health sectors.
Special screening of the documentary film, The Great Invisible, followed by a conversation with journalists, including Antonia, who have covered the oil and gas industry and the Gulf of Mexico disaster.
Antonia has been invited to be the 2015 Roy Ray Speaker at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky. She will give a lecture entitled, “The End of Oil.”
Antonia will conduct a lecture and discussion via skype of her book, BLACK TIDE, and the latest developments in the BP Gulf oil spill for political anthropology students at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, the flagship campus of the UH system.