NEW: Celebrate Earth Week 2017 (4/17-4/24)
UC BERKELEY IS CELEBRATING EARTH WEEK 2017
The campus community is invited to attend a variety of fun, educational, and hands-on events on and off campus to celebrate Earth Week. Sustainability events start Monday, April 17 and continue through Monday, April 24. Whether you’re interested in active transportation, local and organic food, climate action, reducing waste, saving water, environmental justice or renewable energy, there is a free activity for you. Highlights include:
Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Sustainability's Annual Summit April 20
The Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Sustainability hosts its annual Sustainability Summit honoring this year's Award Winners and giving campus organizations a chance to share their sustainability successes and projects. Refreshments provided.
-Thursday, April 20, 3:00pm – 4:30pm at Crossroads Dining Commons
East Bay Climate Action Expo April 21
Discover what our local East Bay community, including UC Berkeley, is doing to make a difference on climate change and find out how you can have an impact on this critical issue. The Expo is free and open to public; the screening of Before the Flood is FREE for the first 10 students who sign-up!
-Friday, April 21, 6:00pm – 10:00pm at David Brower Center, 2150 Allston Way, Berkeley
There will also be a number of sustainability related lectures and activities on Cal Day, Saturday, April 22.
Earth Week is organized by the Earth Week Planning Committee, which includes members of The Student Environmental Resource Center (SERC) and students from over45 student sustainability organizations. A full listing of Earth Week events and details may be viewed online by visiting the SERC website.
At Berkeley, we make every day Earth Day!
Director of Sustainability and Energy
Principal Planner, Long Range Planning & Sustainability
Interim Director, Student Environmental Resource Center