Dr. Judith Schreiber, chief scientist with the New York state Attorney General’s Environmental Protection Bureau, spoke at an Earth Day panel discussion at ESF. Schreiber’s participation was part of a statewide effort to raise environmental awareness surrounding Earth Day. Thirty students attended the discussion, which focused on how organizations collaborate to produce social and environmental change. Also participating were Syracuse Councilor-at-Large Kathleen Joy, and panelists from EPA Region 2, ESF and Syracuse University. In photo, from left, are Dr. Jack Manno, ESF professor of environmental studies; Nathan Prior, energy conservation manager for Syracuse University; and Schreiber.