Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day
Join The Energy Coalition (TEC) on Monday 4/20, Wednesday 4/22, and Friday 4/24 from 3:30 PM-4:30 PM for a fun and interactive webinar where they will be going over sustainability topics throughout the week! If you would like to register please click the following link. For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, we hope to see you there!
This is an online booklet that will be published and highlighted during Earth Week. Various themes include: Seasonal vegetables and fruits, Composting, Vermicomposting, DIY Plant Projects, Gleaning, DIY Food Scraps Tie-Dye, & FAQ compiled from feedback.
Info session for students to learn and ask questions about the Carbon Neutrality Initiative fellowship and application process!
This will be an online video instruction on how to use food scraps to create a sustainable, eco-friendly, & Zero Waste dye followed by a Tie-Dying tutorial.
The Green Labs staff will be hosting a Q&A Webinar to answer any questions about our lab certification process, the International Freezer Challenge, our new glove recycling program, and our ULT and autoclave efficiency research studies. Join us to get your doubts clarified, address any concerns, and engage in a stimulating conversation about increasing sustainability without compromising research.
We will be tuning into Zoom to watch a sustainability movie and have discussion afterwards! BYOP (Bring your own popcorn!)
Student staff of the Office of Sustainability and Vice President of Fair Trade Club, Levina, will be discussing the principles of Fair Trade and share with viewers some Fair Trade tea products like Yerbamate.
The DIY Your Ride event has been condensed into an online article to give current - and potential - riders a collection of important information resources detailing how to fix and tune a bike on your own. The article will go live Tuesday, April 22!
Explore our storymap that highlights our campus's intitiaves towards sustainbility. You can take a "tour" that highlights various areas, including our student-organized Solar Charging Tables and the newer Multidiscplinary Research Building (MRB1).