During the 2023-2024 academic year 365 Days of Learning & Service there will be many ways to get involved. Check out the opportunities below and visit this page regularly to see what’s been added.
52 Ways to Be The Change
The more you learn about sustainability, the greater the impact you can have by adopting new habits that allow you to be to be part of sustainable change. Watch this space for new ideas each month.
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Bike to Class
Cycling reduces air pollution because it doesn’t produce exhaust emissions. This leads to improved air quality and contributes to public health by reducing exposure to harmful pollutants.
E-Learning – Reduce your paper use by buying e-textbooks and viewing your readings online. This results in a substantial reduction in paper consumption, which helps conserve forests and reduces carbon footprint associated with paper production. Also, e-textbook are typically cheaper to you!
Recycling for paper, plastic and cans is available throughout campus, making it easy to practice this sustainability tip. Recycling one ton of plastic can save the equivalent of 1,000 to 2,000 gallons of gasoline!
Reduce Food Waste
Reducing food waste is a crucial aspect of sustainable living, as it conserves resources, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and helps address global hunger issues. It is as simple as planning your meals for the week before you go grocery shopping and sticking to those ingredients. This also helps you avoid buying items on impulse!