“Project Sustainability @ SDSU,” South Dakota State’s new student organization dedicated to sustainability and social responsibility, has a website on the way. Until then, their main web presence is a Facebook page. If you’re on Facebook, click here to locate them.
For those not yet on Facebook, here’s what the group posted for their upcoming events (tonight and tomorrow!):
Film on Peak Oil and the Cuban Experience to be shown:
A free public screening of The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil will take place at 6 pm on Wednesday, Feb. 20 in Rotunda C on the campus of South Dakota State University. The event is co-sponsored by the Office of International Affairs and Project Sustainability @ SDSU.
Project Sustainability @ SDSU is excited to bring you an online seminar targeted to student organizations and how they can take action towards a more sustainable future.
The seminar entitled Student Leaders: Action for a More Sustainable Future will take place Thursday, February 21, 2008 from 12:00 – 12:30pm in NFA 453.
“This exciting presentation will highlight the first steps a student organization can take to create a sustainability program on their campus. Through examples of current sustainability programs from campuses and communities across the U.S., Dr. Rowe will define some key components and strategies for the formation of a successful sustainability program.”