Film Screening: We Are All Related Here
Wildcat Theater, Shepherd Union
Free and open to the public! We Are All Related Here is a documentary film that chronicles the impact of climate change on an Inuit village in northern Alaska. The film tells the story of the Yup'ik people of Newtok, Alaska, who are being forced to relocate their village due to the erosion and flooding they are experiencing as a result of global warming, making them among America's first climate refugees.
Water and Society, Science and Great Salt Lake Seminars
Spring Semester, Tracy Hall 102
This weekly seminar series will bring in experts from the region to talk about the Great Salt Lake geology, chemistry, ecosystem, and how it influences our local environment, health, and society. Students can register for credit. Faculty, staff, and other interested members of the community are also invited to bring a lunch and drop in on the Friday seminars.
Sustainability Brown Bag Lunch Series
This series will highlight sustainability work by faculty, with the intention of sparking discussion and collaboration across disciplines.
Environmental Initiatives Committee Meetings
The EIC is a University Faculty Senate Committee that works in conjunction with the Sustainability Practices and Research Center (SPARC) to facilitate the integration of environmental and sustainability initiatives into Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and Facilities Management.
Environmental Ambassadors' Meetings
The meeting time and location can be subject to change. Please see the following list for meetings that don't fit the above criteria.
- : meeting at SU 305.
- : meeting at W9 lot near Wildcat Village for our H2Oath Landscaping Project from to .
To get email reminders for these meetings, please contact Aimee Urbina at email@example.com.
Green Team T-Shirt Day
Wearing your Green Team T-Shirt helps spread the word and earns your team points for Green Team certification.