A Sustainable Campus
In an effort to raise awareness of current campus sustainability initiatives and efforts, WMU will be hosting several free events in conjunction with National Campus Sustainability Day on Wednesday, October 24. The event will also raise awareness about sustainable living in general.
Events will include a student luncheon, a campus sustainability tour, a project showcase in the Office for Sustainability's new location at the corner of Howard Street and West Michigan Avenue, and a keynote address by Dr. John Francis, also known as the Planetwalker.
All National Campus Sustainability Day events at WMU are free. The luncheon is for WMU students only, and reservations are required at email@example.com. The campus tour, project showcase, and keynote address are open to the public.
For more information about Campus Sustainability Day or John Francis, please follow the link below:
WMU NEWS — WMU TO OBSERVE NATIONAL CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY DAY
For more information about the Office of Sustainability, please follow the link below:
WMICH.EDU — OFFICE OF SUSTAINABILITY
The Kalamazoo Gazette recently featured WMU's Stormwater system, to read about it, please follow the link below:
KALAMAZOO GAZETTE — DELUGE PUTS WMU STORMWATER SYSTEM TO TEST — AND IT PASSES