The remaining four of six "Community Conversations: Emory Talks Climate Action" sessions will occur throughout the Spring 2023 semester, with the first on January 25th at 11am at Grace Crum Rollins Building, Rita Ann Rollins Room. Refer to our website for updated information about when and where the next sessions will occur.These facilitated Conversations will ensure that the work being completed by … Continue Reading →
December is Conscious Consumer Month!
Every purchase you make has consequences. Before purchasing new items, consider if you really need them, or if you can reuse products you already have. If you have to purchase new, do your research to look beyond the label at the sourcing of ingredients and the labor and the communities behind the product.
The Office of Sustainability Initiatives will have an educational table at the Rollins Orientation Fair to educate students about programs and initiatives on campus.
Tomatoes, lettuces, peas, beans, greens, eggplant, broccoli, strawberries, and even cotton are grown in Emory’s Educational Gardens. The gardens have become islands of beauty, education and food that is used in dining and hospital operations. The Educational Gardens on campus are maintained by teams and welcome volunteer workers. If you would like to join a team … Continue Reading →