Get Ready for Sustainability Week April 23-27

Apr. 2, 2018

Sustainability Wee activities
This year's events include a Pop-Up Free Store, Natural Area clean-up, a seminar with visiting Woodrow Wilson Fellow Robert Musil, and several ways to engage with the built and natural habitats.

During the week of April 23-27, the Webster University Sustainability Coalition and Sustainability Office are partnering to host the second annual campus-wide Sustainability Week. Sustainability Week will provide ample opportunities to educate oneself and think critically about the most prevalent issues being faced by our natural world.

The week will be comprised of a wide variety of events and opportunities for the campus community to make a greater connection with our campus’s built and natural habitats.

Among the activities: a Natural Area Clean Community Clean up event to work in and enjoy the outdoors, a seminar led by visiting Woodrow Willson Fellow Robert Musil on civic engagement and creating students leaders, and a Repair Fair for the campus community to fix up their worn and broken household items – as well as learn skills to take maintain clothing, small electronics, bicycles and more!

Webster University’s Sustainability Week will kick off with a Pop-Up Free Store of office supplies and home goods in the bottom floor of Webster Hall at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 23.

Find out more details at webster.edu/sustainability, and for questions or more information, contact Kelsey Wingo at kelseywingo07@webster.edu.

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