29 Oct '11, 3pm

Students Help Make the Change: Environmental Activism on Apathetic College Campuses.

Being in college can teach you more than what you learn in class: many students discover political and social causes that influence how they view the world, both during and after college. One major issue at many colleges is environmental conservation, and campuses all over the country are taking steps to become more efficient and “green.” Even if your campus doesn’t participate in green initiatives, you can make several changes in your own daily routine as a student that can have a major effect on the environment. Spreading the word about how your fellow students can conserve energy and resources is also important—you don’t have to become an evangelist, but most people are unaware of the impact they can have by making small changes in their lives. If you aren’t sure where to start, here are a few options to get you going.

Full article: http://www.culturechange.org/cms/content/view/776/68/

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