Wednesday, October 24, 2007

We did this today . . . it rocked.

Green Mountain College celebrated our sustainability achievements Wednesday, October 24th
Campus Sustainability Day

CSD Webcast: Building a Durable Future: Community, the Campus, and Deep Economy – Dickgiesser Room, Griswold Library
Presented by:
Norm Christopher, director of sustainability, Grand Valley State University
Bill McKibben, author of The End of Nature and Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future
Debra Rowe, president, US Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development; co-chair, Higher Education Associations Sustainability Consortium; senior advisor, Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education; and senior fellow, Association of University Leaders for a Sustainable Future

1:30-2pm AASHE Award Celebration – Outside Withey Hall
Learn about GMC’s recent Campus Sustainability Leadership Award, and what campus community members are doing to earn our reputation as a leader in this field. This will be your chance to sign the award certificate to be given to President Brennan.

2pm Trading Ivory for Green: A 12-Year Path Toward Sustainability – Buttery, Withey Hall
Presented by:
John F. Brennan, President, Green Mountain College

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