CFAES sustainability alumnus Vincent Valentino, pictured, is one of nearly 20 speakers set to share insights at the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency’s 2019 Sustainability Conference on April 17 in Columbus.
Ohio State’s Time for Change Week ends with a working weekend aimed at doing good things for the land, for native plants, and for a special Ohio State woods.
Ohio State’s 2019 Time for Change Week continues on Friday, April 5, with:
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Here’s what’s scheduled for Thursday, April 4, during Ohio State’s Time for Change Week:
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Ohio State students talk about what sustainability means to them, and about the university’s Time for Change Week, April 1–7, in the video above. Watch.
Here’s what’s in store on Tuesday, April 2, during Ohio State’s Time for Change Week in Columbus:
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Ohio State’s 2019 Time for Change Week, featuring a busy lineup of 20 sustainability-related talks and activities, runs next week, April 1–7, on the Columbus campus. First up, on Monday, April 1, is a Sustainability Fair in the Ohio Union from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. (displays, demonstrations, giveaways, etc.) and an Environmental Justice Dinner and Dialogue from 5:30–7 p.m. in The Blackwell. You need to RSVP for the latter.
Nicole Jackson, Frances Beinecke, and Heather Taylor-Miesle preview 2019’s Environmental Professionals Network (EPN) Signature Event, “Women in Conservation,” in the video above. The free public event is set for April 8 in Columbus.
Jackson is EPN’s program coordinator. Beinecke is a former president of the Natural Resources Defense Council, a 2007 winner of the Rachel Carson Award, and one of the event’s featured speakers. Taylor-Miesle is executive director of the Ohio Environmental Council and will serve as the event’s facilitator.
Motivated to improve complex sustainability challenges, Ohio State has established a new Sustainability Institute. It merges the university’s Office of Energy and Environment and Sustainable and Resilient Economy Discovery Theme.