Over a casual conversation and tea, residents will dialogue about the significance of using fair-trade products, such as tea and coffee as well as the implications that individually packaged items have for the wellness of our environment.
Greening efforts will include requiring participants to bring their own mug.
With the alliance of halls E4 and A2, the aim is to promote a greater awareness of sustainability through paramount interaction. During the program, residents will be researching methods of sustainability in order to construct posters that have important facts related to the program. After posters have been made, they will be put up to be displayed throughout both of the halls to insure the sub...
I will decorate a board on both sides of the hall displaying statistics about plastic around the world.
Learn a few basic ways you can go green! Learn about recycling/composting, saving water, and ways to eliminate waste!
Residents will have the opportunity to attend a workshop that is geared to educating in regards to their waste options.
Anna Rhoads, from Housing and Gier, a represenatative from WRRAP will join and enlighten us about our "waste" in addition to hybrid recycling/composting.
This is a passive program poster hanging in the House 4 lounge that features 8 sustainability topic areas at UC Santa Cruz. Each topic has a section with tips, and underneath this flap of paper is a section on resources on and off campus that relate to this topic and make it easier for residents to make that part of their lives sustainable. The focus is how sustainability functions at UC Santa ...
A recycling competition in which quads/clusters compete to recycle the most in a week, winning quad/cluster wina a reusable bag!
To educate residents on their paper towel use and abuse. To encourage residents to reduce their paper towel waste. While educating them on alternatives.
Need information about disposing of your decaying pumpkins after Halloween? Come to the Crown/Merrill Dining Hall during November 2nd-9th (excludes weekend), and they will have a compost bin which you can use to dispose of your pumpkins!
The HEMI (Leo) and NRRWAP (Gerie) gave an interactive presentation on what to compost and recycle as well has different ways to reduce your carbon foot print and lesson your affect on the environment.
This passive focuses on how to keep your brain active this summer.
In 2010, the USA generated over 250 million tons pounds of trash. Here are some tips to help you reduce your amount of trash and become and better global citizen.
Learn how and where to recycle your E-waste and other hard to recycle items
I made a passive on how to leave the least amount of waste when moving out of the dorms.
educating the hall about how to properly dispose of their waste and reduce the amount of waste that they produce.