Coalition on Climate Change

Fast for the CAP

Location: 
Campus-wide & Friday, Student Center
Date: 
April 21, 2011 8:00pm - April 22, 2011 8:00pm

On Friday, members of the student body will be giving up their privilege to eat - a privilege many people around the world are losing because of climate change.  The 12 members of the Greenhouse are leading a Fast for the CAP, starting Thursday night at 8PM and lasting until Friday at 8PM.

The purpose of this action is to raise awareness about the Climate Action Plan and to show solidarity for those people in the world who suffer injustices of climate change. Because of climate change, people are threatened world-wide with increasing food scarcity and environmental insecurities.

Please join us in this action. Ribbons and information on fasting will be available in the Student Center on Thursday. Contact rdgill07@stlawu.edu for more information. 

 

Age of Stupid

Location: 
Winston Room
Date: 
February 13, 2011 7:00pm - 9:00pm

Join EAO for an epic documentary about the consequences of our actions on the future, and discover ways in which we can make a change right here on campus.

SLU Students and Professor Attend Copenhagen Climate Conference

Professor Jon Rosales and four students from SLU attended Copenhagen Climate Conference, read their blog

Earth Week Fun

Location: 
SLU Dining Hall
Date: 
April 23, 2009

St. Lawrence Running on 15% Renewable Electricity

In March of 2007, President Daniel F. Sullivan signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment. In becoming a signatory President Sullivan committed St. Lawrence to climate neutrality, zero-net greenhouse gas emissions.

The path to climate neutrality will not be an easy one; however we have made a significant step that I want to share with you today.

St. Lawrence is now running on 15% renewable electricity. This is equivalent to half of the electricity used by the Student Center and half of the electricity used by the Johnson Hall of Science. We have purchased RECs (Renewable Energy Credits) generated by wind turbines as our source of green electricity. The carbon emissions from electricity are about 36% of the University's total carbon footprint, thus we are proud to have taken this step to make our electricity use more sustainable and simultaneously show the nation that we support alternative energy.

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