3rd Annual Sustainability Days
October 18 & 19, 2016
Bill McKibben Kicks Off
October 18 in Weill Hall at 7:30 PM
Winning the Climate Fight–but fast enough?
In light of the ongoing burst of global activism, Mr. McKibben will describe where we are scientifically and politically in the fight to end our reliance on fossil fuel. The talk is presented alongside photos from countless demonstrations and of the people working to protect our shared future.
Bill McKibben, climate change journalist and founder of 350.org, kicks off the third annual Sonoma State University Sustainability Days with a keynote address on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in Weill Hall at the Green Music Center. A day of presentations, panels and activities around sustainability follows on October 19 in the Student Center and in Seawolf Plaza.
“We are thrilled to have Bill McKibben, famed environmentalist and winner of the Gandhi Peace Award, with us to kick off Sustainability Days,” says Sonoma State President Judy K. Sakaki. “His participation in this event underscores Sonoma State University’s commitment to sustainability.”
This wonderful video features short interviews and comments from SSU students, staff, and faculty describing the “dott” campaign.
“Sustainable SSU / Do One Thing Today”. The “dott” campaign is a call to action all in the SSU community to do one thing each day —small or large–to help create a sustainable campus, community and world.