Hopefully you are a member of the Sustainability Round Table and if so, make sure you VOTE!
Check out the slate of candidates and SustainRT Blog post for the two nominees for Coordinator-elect: Uta Hussong-Christian and Amy Brunvand. Also running for Member at Large (profiles to be included on the blog soon): Susan Conlon, Princeton Public Library & Carol Sevin, Kansas State University
One of this year’s Movers & Shakers from Library Journal, check out the profile on Madeleine Charney, co-founder & past coordinator of the ALA Sustainability Round Table – and all-around inspiration!
If you missed the March 9th SustainRTwebinar with Amy Brunvand presenting on “STARS and Beyond: Adventures of an embedded Librarian in the Campus Sustainability Office,” be sure to watch the RECORDING and check out the follow up Q&A document!
Mark your calendar and register for the next webinar on Thursday, June 8, 2017, 12:15-12:45pm (eastern) with Bob Doppelt – Transformational Resilience: How Building Human Resilience to Climate Disruption Can Safeguard Society and Increase Wellbeing
If you missed the webinar yesterday – Beyond Doom and Gloom: Include Solutions to Climate Change by the Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium (HEASC) it was wonderful, but it was recorded and please watch it when you have time.
Description – Are you or your students worried about climate change impacts? Are you connecting your students to ways to be involved in solutions? This webinar focuses on expert materials to engage students in current and future policy solutions that can be used in any course and in any discipline. Watch this webinar to see how you can be part of reducing doom and gloom and share opportunities for progress.
Mainly academic focused but could be useful to any educator!
Beyond Doom and Gloom: Include Solutions to Climate Change
Wed, Mar 1, 2017 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM EST
Are you or your students worried about climate change impacts and not sure how to help create significant improvements? Are you connecting your students to ways to be involved in solutions? This webinar focuses on expert curricular materials to engage students in current and future solutions that can be used in any course and in any discipline. Join us to see how you can be part of reducing doom and gloom and share opportunities for progress.
Brought to you by DANS (Disciplinary Associations Network for Sustainability) and HEASC (Higher Education Associations’ Sustainability Consortium).
A little over a year ago my campus started using Eco3Go reusable containers for all housing and dining places around campus. (read more here) It exciting to discover that over 400,000 disposable to-go containers were saved from the landfill in the last year! This year ‘s goal is to exceed that : ) There are over a dozen return locations around campus including the library.