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  • Molloy College: Sustainability Institute Director adds insight to critical CO2 issue
    Community and Institutes Alumni Relations News And Events Fast Facts About Molloy Virtual Tour Human Resources Campus Facilities Madison Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Sustainability Institute About Molloy College News And Events News Archive Sustainability Institute Director Adds Insight to Critical CO2 Issue Sustainability Institute Director adds insight to critical CO2 issue By Carl Macgowan Neal Lewis executive director of the Sustainability Institute at Molloy College said before the vote that Brookhaven would be the first municipality in the nation to require digital detectors in homes Hempstead and North Hempstead towns require the devices in places of assembly but not in homes or small businesses he said Brookhaven will be the first to say that all the residential detectors will be required to have this digital readout Lewis said We re very excited that we have a town that

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  • Molloy College: About Us
    Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired by our challenging curriculum About Molloy College Community and Institutes The Sustainability Institute Mission and History About Us Our Vision To catalyze Long Island to become a national leader in developing promoting and implementing sustainable solutions to environmental and quality of life challenges Our Mission The mission of the Sustainability Institute is to serve as a core resource on environmental excellence and to promote positive solutions that advance the three dimensions of sustainability economy environment and social equity for both the students faculty of Molloy College and for the larger Long Island community of which Molloy is a part Sustainability Sustainability is a multi disciplinary approach to configuring society to satisfy present human needs without depleting the resources necessary for the future This is accomplished by preserving natural resources protecting ecosystems and biodiversity and by constructing societal and economic systems that promote social equity and use resources wisely Core Values and Methods To promote transformative education both on and off campus To provide a convening function that reaches out to Long Island s civic and environmental leaders business executives and government officials To

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  • Molloy College: Leadership
    Legislature to Co Chair the Carbon Cap Committee and Suffolk County s Homestead A Syst Committee to develop an informational program for Suffolk residents to reduce risks associated with pesticide usage Neal was previously a member of the Nassau County Charter Revision Commission which rewrote the charter constitution of Nassau County to make it consistent with the one person one vote constitutional principle Neal authored and advocated in favor of budgetary good government and environmental reforms that were adopted as amendments to the new Charter of Nassau County Regarding service on the Charter Revision Commission the Newsday editorial board wrote Nobody brought a greater sense of civic responsibility to the charter revision effort than Neal Lewis Politicians Imperil Nassau s Reforms Newsday editorial September 19 1994 As an environmental attorney Neal won a case decided at the Appellate Division in New York on the question of pesticides used by golf courses S P A C E v HURLEY 739 N Y S 2d 164 2d Dept 2002 A case raising similar issues was also successful at the lower court level against Suffolk County Lewis v Gaffney Filed successful lawsuit compelling the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to produce annual waste oil recycling reports Neal received his bachelor s degree from SUNY New Paltz and Juris Doctor from CUNY Law School He is a graduate of the first Energeia class 2006 at Molloy College and completed the Columbia Business School Institute for Not for profit Management s Leadership Development Program 2003 Awards Recognition Named one of Long Island s 50 Most Influential People by LI Business News 2009 Named one of the Seven Greenest People on Long Island by Long Island Business News Environmentalist of the Year Sierra Club of Long island Dr Martin Luther King J R Living the Dream Award EOC of Nassau County Community Leadership Award UJA Federation Top priorities for Neal and his team include energy issues fighting to curb global warming promoting safer alternatives to toxic pesticides preserving open space supporting smart growth efforts supporting plans that advance social equity and promoting transit expansions Their collective efforts have resulted in Energy Star Homes Law 10 Long Island Towns have adopted stricter energy standards for new homes This initiative seeks to establish Long Island as a region where all new homes are designed built and tested to be energy efficient In the next decade this measure will collectively save Long Islanders in reduced energy costs tens of millions of dollars annually Clean Energy Leadership Task force For four years the Clean Energy Leadership Task Force has been bringing together Long Island s municipal officials to adopt clean energy action plans and implement energy efficiency building retrofits The initiative has helped local municipalities lead by example Nassau County 50 Million Environmental Bond Act Working as part of a broad coalition efforts are to protect from development the remaining open spaces in Nassau that have special environmental significance 48 Hour Neighbor Notification Law This

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  • Molloy College: Programs
    College Suffolk Center Keynote speaker was Reverend Fletcher Harper of the New Jersey based national group Greenfaith In 2010 the Sustainability Institute released an updated version of the LI Interfaith Environment Network Greening Your Place of Worship How to Tips on Getting Started booklet Greening the Faith LI Green Homes Consortium This project advances the core values of promoting transformative education in the broader Long Island community empowering individuals to take action to make their homes and lifestyles more sustainable and providing positive solutions This project can have a direct positive impact on all three dimensions of sustainability environmental economic and social equity on Long Island The environmental benefits of reducing energy use are apparent There is also an economic boost to the Island that will result not only from job creation as a result of the increased work in home energy retrofits but also due to the savings realized from lower energy bills making more money available in the local economy The social equity component results from the job creation aspects of the project but also because the financing eligibility formulas will help fill a gap between populations eligible for subsidized weatherization assistance and those that are either flush with funds or access to more traditional sources of credit This will help to maintain housing affordability on Long Island for working and middle income families The Sustainability Institute s participation in the Consortium has resulted in development of an ongoing working relationship with municipal officials and staff It has also provided an introduction and greater access to NYSERDA staff that are implementing this project State wide Sustainable Film Series The Sustainable Film Series is a free documentary series presented by the Sustainability Institute that screens films with a focus on environmental protection and sustainability and features a different organizational partner for each presentation Since the series kick off in August 2010 fourteen films have been screened and more are being planned for this ongoing series The films to date have been FRESH www freshthemovie com EARTHLINGS www earthlings com CARBON NATION www carbonnationmovie com GASLAND www gaslandthemovie com BAG IT www bagitmovie com NO IMPACT MAN www noimpactproject org THE ISLAND PRESIDENT www theislandpresident com DIRT www dirtthemovie com CAPE SPIN www capespin com MADONNA OF THE MILLS www madonnaofthemills com CHASING ICE www chasingice com A PLACE AT THE TABLE www takepart com SPECIESISM www speciesismthemovie com COWSPIRACY www cowspiracy com The films attract between 100 to 200 attendees at each screening and in addition to free admission free vegan cuisine and organic popcorn are provided as well This effort is primarily organized to create a fun and inviting opportunity to network with Long Island s social change organizations and to foster unity between the social change community and the Long Island public at large Long Island Energy Roundtable The Long Island Clean Energy Roundtable brings together ten of the most respected environmental organizations working on energy issues on Long Island The purpose of the project is to

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  • Molloy College: Legislation and Policy
    Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth About Molloy College Community and Institutes The Sustainability Institute Legislation and Policy Legislation and Policy Suffolk County Climate Action Plan Sustainability Institute staff was primarily involved in the development of Energy Star Homes code requirements This initiative resulted in ten of thirteen Long Island towns adopting more stringent energy efficiency codes that included a requirement for independent verification of energy performance of new homes The first Green Paper released by the Sustainability Institute documented the results of widespread adoption of these codes The Federal Government will be rolling out changes to the Energy Star Homes program in 2011 and the Sustainability Institute has been engaged with representatives of the building industry and municipalities to revise and adapt town codes to account for these changes These talks are close to reaching agreement where environmentalists Sustainability Institute staff an d the building trade groups have identified common ground that will result in a joint call for new building code policies in 2011 The Sustainability Institute helped to draft and advocate for the State Energy Star bill that achieved a bi partisan vote in the Senate Energy Committee and although not enacted was approved by the full Senate in 2010 Also the Town of Brookhaven reacted to the proposed legislation by adopting the tiers approach to their Energy Star homes code which was covered in the LI Advance on June 3 2010 The Sustainability Institute helped to draft and advocate for the Suffolk County law sponsored by Legislator Wayne Horsely and adopted on December 7 2010 on how to define a home energy audit Suffolk became the first municipality in the nation to set such standards and Nassau County is currently also considering adopting this legislation The Suffolk legislation was highlighted in a Newsday editorial on Dec 15 2010 We consider it a testament to our process of including a wide variety of stakeholder viewpoints in the development of our policy analyses and of maintaining respectful dialogue throughout the legislative process that legislation based on our policy work is passed with bi partisan and

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  • Molloy College: Committees
    Board of Trustees Mission Statement History and Traditions Offices and Services Accreditations Community and Institutes Alumni Relations News And Events Fast Facts About Molloy Virtual Tour Human Resources Campus Facilities Madison Theatre Molloy Social Media Contact Molloy Giving To Molloy Careers at Molloy Academics Message from VP Academic Affairs Degrees Offered Undergraduate Programs Graduate Programs Doctoral Programs Continuing Education Flexible Learning Opportunities Undergraduate Minors Off Campus Programs Course Search International Education Honors Program Molloy Faculty and Staff Employee Email Login Academic Services Student Solution Center Student s Right to Know JET Library Experiential Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Educational spiritual and personal growth About Molloy College Community and Institutes The Sustainability Institute Committees Committees Executive Director Neal Lewis was appointed to serve on the LIPA Long Island Power Authority Board of Trustees for 4 years beginning January 2010 In the fall of 2010 Neal Lewis was invited to serve on the Technical Advisory Committee TAC of the Long Island Pesticide Use Management Plan by the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation DEC Neal Lewis serves on the Nassau County Planning Commission for 6 years Sustainability Institute maintains membership in the L I Association and Executive Director Neal Lewis regularly attends meetings

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  • Molloy College: Speaking Engagements and Outreach
    Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Be inspired by our challenging curriculum About Molloy College Community and Institutes The Sustainability Institute Speaking Engagements and Outreach Speaking Engagements and Outreach The Sustainability Institute program director gave 20 public lectures throughout 2010 to environmental groups churches Molloy Institute for Lifelong Learning libraries mothers groups and schools Total number of people reached 600 The Sustainability Institute staff provided informational table exhibits at numerous events throughout the year including US Green Business Council LI s Show Me the Money event at the Nassau Children s Museum in January 2010 Rock Wrap it Up event at Molloy College May 26 2010 Newsday Greenstreet public outreach event at Newsday headquarters June 5 2010 North Shore Land Alliance Polo event at the Meadowbrook Polo Club Brookville August 14 2010 Port Jefferson Go Green event at Village Community Center November 6 2010 Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center AERTC conference at the Hilton Hotel in Manhattan in November 8 9 2010 Vision Long Island Smart Growth Summit Melville Marriot November 19 2010 Conferences Sustainability Institute staff attended the American Wind Energy Association AWEA annual Offshore Wind conference in NJ in October 2010 Sustainability Institute staff attended the Stony Brook Advanced Energy Research and Technology Center AERTC conference in Manhattan in November 2010 Sustainability Institute staff attended the Smart Growth Awards in June and cosponsored the Smart Growth Summit in November 2010 Neal

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  • Molloy College: Presentations
    Learning Admissions Freshmen Admissions Graduate Admissions Transfer Admissions Continuing Education Veterans Admissions Spring Open House 2016 Flexible Learning Opportunities Financial Aid Student Solution Center Bursar Tuition Fees Registrar s Office Course Search Residence Life Students Talk Molloy Parents and Families Schedule A Visit to Molloy Request More Information Apply To Molloy Tuition and Fees Molloy Life Student Life Portal Lion s Den Portal Lion Athletics Student Email Login Password Reset Tool JET Library Student Affairs Bookstore Campus Life and Activities Clubs and Organizations Campus Ministries Residence Life Dining Services Student Health and Wellness This Week At Molloy Suggestion Box Molloy Life News Public Safety Leadership through service About Molloy College Community and Institutes The Sustainability Institute Presentation Topics Presentations The Sustainability Institute staff is available to make presentations to classes as guest lecturers focusing on infusing issues of sustainability and environmental protection into the subject matter of the class These presentations will also be made available to high school classes civic associations scout troops and other off campus groups Institute staff have experience in offering presentations on a range of environmental issues including Careers in Sustainability There is a demand for employees and leaders who know what sustainability is and understand its complexity Careers are found in such varied fields as green building climate change environmental protection and remediation waste reduction and renewable energy and energy efficiency While specific industries and work tasks may differ careers in sustainability share the common goal of promoting a healthy planet This presentation is geared towards high school and college students Veganism and the Environment A growing and convincing body of evidence clearly indicates that raising animals for human consumption is the driving force behind virtually every major category of environmental damage now threatening the planet Via an overview of widely and lesser known global reports and studies on the subject our presentation demonstrates how adopting a vegan diet and ethical framework is something all of us can do today and something that can have far reaching implications for the planet and all life on Earth Living Green Reducing Toxins in Your Daily Environment Toxins found in common household products their health effects and how to avoid them Information to guide consumers about the best alternatives when making decisions about cleaners pest control paints body products bedding and food choices to help reduce risk of disease Global Warming and its Local Solutions The basics of the evidence of causes and effects and solutions policy goals for curbing greenhouse gas emissions and actions that individuals can take to reduce emissions related to their own activities Sustainability as A Solution to Global Warming The philosophical and ethical basis for stewardship of the environment and steps institutions can take to reduce their environmental footprint How to Have a Toxic Free Organic Lawn Organic land care the human health and environmental reasons for avoiding pesticides and synthetic fertilizers the benefits and basic how to of organic methods to build up healthy soil and maintain a healthy ecosystem Clean

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