I spoke on predictive analytics for environmentalism last week at the University of Oregon, where there's interest in that endeavor – specifically, at the (very) International Sustainable Campus Network's annual conference. The token "business guy," I was the only one wearing a tie; seen here also are my co-presenters during a fruitful interdisciplinary session, U. Oregon Professor Mark Alfano, specialist in a branch of philosophy that intersects with ethics, philosophy of mind, epistemology, social psychology, and behavioral economics, and Leith Sharp, former founding director of Harvard University's Office for Sustainability.