CSU Sustainability training / information session opportunity

Curious to learn more about sustainability at CSU? Stacey Baumgarn, CSU Campus Energy Coordinator invites you to attend Sustainability 101 at CSU.

Title: Sustainability 101 at CSU – what we do and how you can help

Description: CSU has received and achieved a lot of recognition in the category of sustainability. Remember, here at CSU, sustainability is about a holistic approach that recognizes the intersectionality of economics, social justice, and environmental justice. Sustainability 101 at CSU includes three parts. First, the session is designed to answer some FAQ's: What do we do? How do we do it? Who is involved? Second, offer your suggestions and ask your questions: What should we do? Why do we or don't we...? And third, we'll talk about how everyone is a part of this success. If you prefer, I can create a training specific for your group – just ask – I am glad to do it!

Goals and targeted audience: Learn more about sustainability efforts at CSU – what we do and how you are a part of the effort. No question is too small or too large – let's talk! The session is open to any interested employee or student. Thanks for joining the conversation.

Contact: for an Outlook calendar invite or you can also register through Bridge.

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  • Monday, April 5th 12-1 pm
  • Tuesday, April 13th 2-3 pm
  • Wednesday, April 21st 9-10 am
  • Thursday, April 29th 9:30-10:30 am

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Do you work in a lab on campus? CSU Green Labs has some great programs to help you bring sustainability best practices to your lab.

CSU’s Campus Energy Coordinator, Stacey Baumgarn, and the Research Safety Culture Program Coordinator, Anthony Appleton, have partnered to bring more visibility to the intersection of Sustainability and Research Safety – via a CSU Green Labs program. As the program is always evolving, check out the current initiatives at: