We will be hosting an event in the clubhouse to celebrate earth day! We are inviting residents to the office to create upcycled candle holders out out recycled items! Light refreshments will be provided to all residents!
Materials will be provided to students to make their own tea bags. This is a great way to show that ordinary household items can be reused and used to make new things. Along with this, pamphlets will be passed out that talk about sustainability here in Riverside.
I posted fliers in each study lounge informing residents about Earth Day (April 22nd). These fliers included easy ideas that residents could easily do like recycle more, reusing and saving power.
For this program, I will institute a recycling bin and trash bin to promote Earth Day and how students are able to make a difference in saving the planet.
Sustainability passive on how to reuse, reduce and recycle while still being able to decorate ones space in the Residence Halls.
Learn more about the Zero Waste movement here on campus and learn what you can do to help reduce waste!
Wing exclusive craft event for my residents. We will recycle/update old clothing with a fun space-print.
Take resident to the Goodwill Outlet as an experience of living in Seattle. They will be able to look through tons and tons of stuff, and buy them cheaply.
Personalize your own mug at Petroglyph and save plastic and paper cups!
Pumpkin Carving and tips on how to make total use of your pumpkin!
Repurpose your old t-shirts into wearable summer tank tops and cute bags.
Residents of the ILC will bring unwanted items to the ILC Lounge. A variety of items will be accepted, including canned non-perishable food, lightly used clothing, clean bedding, and toiletry items.
After having collected snacks for the apartments throughout the last two quarters i shall resuse and share those snacks so residents can best benefit from these resources. Also they will get a little quarter sheet of info on reuse an recycling with some places in which they can donate old books, old clothes, etc to encourage items being reused!
How do you reduce your carbon footprint?
Teaching the residents about composting at UCSC. Passive event with information flyers around hall telling about where to leave compost. Also info about the difference between hot and cold compost.
This program will consist of information on reducing, reusing and recycling. It will state the benefits, fun facts and how to reduce, reuse and recycle.
We go green at Courtside! Remember it's important to reduce your carbon footprint. Next in line is to reuse and in order to do that, we would love you to donate your gently used items you don't want any more to Goodwill. We will provide a box for gently used items for Goodwill and a recycling bin down in the lobby.
Floor 4 will have a Community Meeting where a discussion about "10 Steps to be a greener community member" will be held!
This is more of making awareness then an event! But for this day: September 27th i am going to go around with educating flyers that Ive prepared and hang them up to get people to start recycling a lot more! Which is much needed!
come celebrate earthday with the UHS Family. Learn to reduce reuse and recycle. Be kind to Mother earth. Interact with UHS staff , make earthfriendly crafts, learn about earthworms,learn about the earth, learn about animals , donate yout old shoes