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In June 2012, the LIU Post Recycling Program received 40 new recycling bins from the Coca-Cola/Keep America Beautiful Recycling Bin Grant Program. The Coca-Cola/KAB Recycling Bin Grant Program supports recycling in communities and on college and university campuses by providing bins to selected grant recipients for the collection of beverage container recyclables. Grants are provided to a limited number of applicants who can demonstrate how their proposals will lead to sustainable recycling opportunities.
The new bins are in the shape of a water bottle and will help increase the visibility of the LIU Post Recycling Program.
Here is where you can find Dasani Bottle Bins::
• Hillwood – East/West Café
• Hillwood – Fishbowl
• Hillwood – 2nd Floor Lounge
• Bookmark Café in the Library
• The POD dining area in Pell Hall
• Kahn Hall Lobby
• Pratt Concession Stand
• Phys. Ed Department (Back of Pratt
• Lorber Hall – 2nd Floor Lounge
• Fine Arts Building
• Honors Office Lounge
• WCWP Radio Station
Other bins were placed in various offices/departments that generate lots of beverage containers. Some of these bins will remain in storage for recycling at large events on campus. Student clubs and organizations may request these bins for their events when they submit a program request to the Department of Student Life and Leadership Development.
For more information about the Coca Cola/KAB Recycling Bin Grant Program, you may visit http://bingrant.org/
Prof. Scott Carlin will be a co-chair for this international UN conference.
Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals Together.
Global citizenship is no longer an ideal, but rather a requirement for creating a peaceful, just, and environmentally sustainable world of interconnected societies. Global citizenship education “aims to empower learners to assume active roles to face and resolve global challenges and to become proactive contributors to a more peaceful, tolerant, inclusive and secure world.” Education for global citizenship should support innovative pedagogies aligned with these ideals and the Sustainable Development Goals.
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April 15, 2016 Student Summit: Our Collective Campus: Acting on our Social and Environmental Responsibility. The Environmental Consortium’s Student Summit will be held at Pace University in Pleasantville, NY. The summit will focus on our collective campus – our region and students – and will feature a keynote speaker, workshops, and think tank where participants will strategize how to work across institutional boundaries to plan for the future and make a difference. Details of the event will be announced. The Student Summit is FREE and open to all higher education students in the region. Join us and learn more about acting on our social and environmental responsibility.
Join us for an evening of presentations and panel discussion addressing Pope Francis’ encyclical — “Laudato Si’,” or “Praise Be to You.” The encyclical calls for swift and sweeping changes in policy. LIU Post’s Dr. Scott Carlin will moderate a session of three scholars and inter-faith leaders.
Monday, October 26, 2015
7 – 9 p.m. | Registration and refreshments at 6:30 p.m.
Tilles Center at LIU Post
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
DR. VIC DIVENERE
Dr. DiVenere has been a musician, a farmer, a geologist and professor. His interests and teaching have evolved from the study of large-scale geologic dynamics and plate tectonics, increasingly into the study of global climate, environmental geology, and sustainability. He has numerous published articles in the professional geological journals.
DR. GERRY GACIOCH
Dr. Gacioch is the Chief of Cardiology at the Sands
Constellation Heart Institute in Rochester, New York.
He is also a Climate Change Ambassador for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, a reflection of his faith and his passion for the environment.
RABBI LAWRENCE TROSTER
Rabbi Troster is one of this country’s leading Jewish eco-theologians and religious environmental leaders. He is the founder and coordinator of Shomrei Breishit: Rabbis and Cantors For the Earth and the Rabbinic Scholar-in-Residence of GreenFaith, the interfaith environmental coalition in New Jersey. Rabbi Troster was honored by the Temple of Understanding, one of the oldest worldwide interfaith organizations, as an Interfaith Visionary.
WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US
For more information about the event please call 516-299-2233.
For more information on LIU Post’s Master’s of Science (M.S.) Program in Environmental Sustainability or information on the Department of Earth and Environmental Science, contact Margaret.Boorstein@liu.edu.