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Sustainable Travel for Spring Break

University breaks are right around the corner. Whether traveling 10 miles from campus or 1,000 miles from campus, you can do so sustainably. Here are a few quick tips and tricks that benefit you and the environment!

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Enacting Climate Solutions Workshop

Join E-Center’s Jasmin Barco and the CU Boulder Theater and Dance class on Performance for Community Engagement in this interactive and creative workshop for climate action. This workshop is part of the UN Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit “Watch Globally, Engage Locally Panel Series” exploring how each of us can create positive local change to benefit our communities.

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Winter Closet Clean-out

As the cold weather creeps into Boulder, you’ll soon turn to sweaters, cardigans, and crewnecks. Those are some bulky clothing items, and your closet may be cramped for space, which makes this the perfect time to slim down your wardrobe and the pieces you have in your closet. Here are a few tips and tricks on cleaning your closet and getting ready for winter!

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Take the Green Graduation Pledge!

Graduating seniors at CU Boulder can take the pledge and get an optional green cord to wear at graduation to show your commitment to environmental and social responsibility in your future career.

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Plan to Vote!

Here are a few helpful tips and resources to help you register and vote!

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Volunteer With Ralphie's Green Stampede This Season!

Ralphie’s Green Stampede needs volunteers for the Buff’s football season this year.

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Free access to Global Sustainability Conference for all students, faculty, and staff

We are proud to announce that CU Boulder is an official Host Institution of AASHE’s Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education (GCSHE)! We invite you to join us virtually on Oct. 18, Oct. 26, and Nov. 3 at the world’s largest platform for advancing sustainability in higher education and beyond. As a Host Institution, our students, faculty, staff and administrators can all attend for free!

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The do’s and don’ts of campus composting

CU Boulder has been asked by the region’s primary composting facility, A1 Organics, to address what has become a significant challenge for their process—compost contaminated with non-compostable materials. Below are some composting tips to educate yourself on how you can help eliminate compost contamination in our community.

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South African activist Kumi Naidoo named keynote speaker

Kumi Naidoo, a South African activist, Rhodes scholar and former executive director of Greenpeace International, will deliver a keynote speech at this year’s Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit in Boulder, Colorado.

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Tips for biking this fall

Biking is a great way to get around campus and Boulder, whether you’re looking to get some exercise or commute sustainably. Learning a little bike maintenance, knowing the rules of the road and being prepared can improve your bike ride.

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