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2019 Communications & Marketing Intern Position DescriptionFall 2019 Communications & Marketing Intern Position Description
2019 General Sustainability Intern Position Description2019 General Sustainability Intern Position Description
2019 Sustainability Behavior Change Programming Intern Position Description2019 Sustainability Behavior Change Programming Intern Position Description
2019 Sustainable Food & Farmers Market Intern Position Description2019 Sustainable Food & Farmers Market Intern Position Description
Emory community makes progress on ‘zero landfill waste’ goalDocuments & ReportsEmory makes significant progress on their goal to divert 95 percent of campus waste from municipal landfills by 2025. In 2018, Emory’s campus diverted 70 percent of its waste from landfills, an increase from 59 percent diverted during 2017, before implementation of the 2018 Waste Management Policy.
Emory University 2018 Waste Policy FAQsDocuments & Reports, GuidesThe Emory Waste Policy was developed by Emory’s Waste Think Thank, made up of experts in a variety of Emory departments, and is supported by the President’s Leadership Council, the University Senate, and unit Deans. The policy is being jointly implemented by Campus Services and the Office of Sustainability Initiatives.
Emory University Climate Action PlanDocuments & ReportsClimate change is perhaps the greatest challenge to confront humanity in our lifetime, with the well-being of billions of people at risk. Emory University created a climate action plan adopted in 2011 to guide the University toward carbon reduction goals.
Recycling and Composting at Emory UniversityGuidesLandfills have negative social, economic, and environmental impacts on neighboring lowerincome, historically disadvantaged communities. Landfills contribute to greenhouse gas emissions and can leak harmful toxins into the surrounding environment. Learn about recycling and composting at Emory with this helpful brochure!