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Vote With Your Dollar (Halloween Edition)

Nov. 9, 2020

Thrifting is not only economically beneficial, but also the more environmentally conscious choice. The average American disposes about 70 pounds of clothing each year. People were attaining more than 65 articles of clothing per person every year. However, due to the new manufacturing systems equated with efficiently low prices had...

11-4-20 Staff Update

Nov. 4, 2020

11-4-20 Update: Staff Info The E-Center has always been a community of engaged students and staff who care about and support our environment and each other. It's important to take care of yourself too ! See resources below for post-election discussions, meditation, free counseling, and student activism. Also a talk...


2020 Diversity & Inclusion Summit

Nov. 3, 2020

Inclusion, Resilience, & Service Tuesday, November 10th Cultivating Inclusion in the Classroom Practices that Make a Difference 9:00 am - 10:15 am | Donna Mejia, Reiland Rabaka, Susan Jurow, and Becca Ciancanelli Anti-Asian Racism, COVID-19, and Anti-Racism Work 11:00 am - 12:15 pm | Jennifer Ho and Linds Roberts Campus...

10-29-20 Staff Update

Oct. 29, 2020

10-29-20 Update: Staff Info Nov 1 deadline - Register to watch recordings from Mobilizing for a Just Transition, Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education Upcoming Environmental Center sponsored Events and Engagement Opportunities TODAY Thursday, Oct 29 at 5 pm Decolonize your Diet , Eco-Social Solutions Webinar Series TODAY Thursday,...

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Energy Club Policy Party - The Colorado Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap

Oct. 26, 2020

Join us for Part I of the CU Energy Club policy party as we review and discuss Governor Polis’ report outlining the specific steps his administration would like to reach state greenhouse gas reduction targets (26% reduction by 2025, 50% reduction by 2030, and 80% reduction by 2050). In Part...

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Bear Monitoring Service Project

Oct. 26, 2020

We are in partnership with the CU Wildlife Club and are co-sponsoring their weekly Bear Monitoring events to support the city in protecting the lives of bears. The club's Bear Walks are happening again each Saturday so sign up for a slotand clean-up some trash on the Hill with us!...

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Ghosts of Boulder Bike Tour

Oct. 26, 2020

Ghosts of Boulder Bike Tour Learn some Boulder history as we ride bikes to some of its creepiest places! Have you heard about the ghost of Cockerell Hall or the spirits that wander the Boulderado Hotel? We'll have bike lights to give out to attendees. Dress warm and be ready...

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Come see what Environmental Board Meetings are all about

Oct. 26, 2020

Are you trying to figure out how to get involved on campus but have no idea where to start? Do you want to be a part of positive change on campus? Are you looking for a community filled with motivated, inspiring people? Try attending a board meeting! The Environmental Board...


Who Bears the Cost of Your Waste?

Oct. 26, 2020

Health Effects of Living Near Landfills What can cause negative health effects from regular and hazardous waste landfills ? Endotoxins Microorganisms Hydrogen sulphide Aerosols from waste collection and landfilling (“Living near a Landfill Could Damage Your Health”) . What health effects have been caused by regular and hazardous waste landfills?...


Food Insecurity

Oct. 26, 2020

Food insecurity is when an individual or family does not have reliable access (in a socially acceptable way) to enough affordable and nutritious food for an active and healthy life. Awareness About 1 in 9 Americans lack financial resources for acquiring enough food at a household level In 2019, about...