A simple thing anyone can do is put recycling and compostable materials in correct bins.
From 8:30-9:30 pm, individuals and organizations around the world, including Emerson, will be “switching off” to raise awareness about climate change.
Filmmaker Homa Sarabi-Daunais, the location coordinator for the Visual and Media Arts department, is a source for the article, “Can Massachusetts become a destination for green film production,?” which examines the current state of sustainable filmmaking, and opportunities.
Emerson was ranked third among colleges and universities across the country for our use of renewable energy by Environment America, an advocacy network of 29 state environmental groups with supporters in all 50 states.
Emerson College community members interested in organizing carpools can access baystatecommute.com.
Complementing Emerson’s goal of reaching carbon neutrality by 2030, the College has participated in the Green Ribbon Commission (GRC) for the last several years. The GRC unites Boston leaders to develop shared strategies that fight climate change and align with the City of Boston’s Climate Action Plan.
The Tiny Thrift Store in the basement of the Colonial Building offers the Emerson community a space to donate and take clothing. Simply place wearable clothing and shoes into the cabinet and/or take what you need. Curious what’s inside? Follow @ectinythrift on Instagram for regular updates.
Emerson Staff and Faculty are invited to Clean Out Your Office on Thursday, June 20, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, in the Bill Bordy Theater.