Photo from the Local Chipotle-Style Cookout we through to kick off Environmental Sustainability Week this fall! The cookout was a huge success (thanks to many donations including local pork, produce, and compostable containers and silverware!) and we convinced many students in attendance to pick up buckets and begin their own composting at home!
Infographic: Why green is the most cost-effective way to live
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What’s going on out there?? Well we’re about to find out - especially if you’re a graduating senior or junior! As the Green Movement is gaining ground and more people are taking part in sustainable initiatives around the country, there are plenty of ways that you can incorporate sustainability into your vocation. A panel on Wednesday, Oct. 26th will feature UD grads and employees who have made sustainability a part of their life after graduation. Come hear about the awesome projects they have been doing and learn about how you can take the things you learn at UD and apply them to REAL LIFE - no matter what your career choice is. Maybe you can even start an initiative in your new neighborhood, school, or company!
Details:Sears Recital Hall, 7:30pm
Featured panelists include:Wyatt Elbin - UD graduate student, Nassau Community Urban FarmingGeorge Mertz - UD grad, Patchwork Gardens and Community Supported AgricultureKelly Bohrer - UD grad, Center for Social Concern Coordinator and Leader of Sustainability MinicourseBob Brecha - Wright State grad, Physics and SEE professor, strawbale house constructor
Join us for this casual, informative event! Panelists will give brief descriptions of their work and then open the floor for discussion.See you there!The Sustainability Week Committee