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April 16, 2010


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Earth Day 2010

Celebrate the first Earth Day that Brandeis is generating clean and renewable energy- with a line- up of fun and engaging events across campus:

Green Labs Fair
Tuesday, April 20
1:00 - 3:00PM


Shapiro Science Center 2 nd Floor Library
Join the Science Community in learning how to make labs more green. Food, Vendors, and Prizes.

Heller Arbor Day
Wednesday, April 21
12:00-2:00 PM


Heller School, Zinner Forum
Join the Heller Community in celebrating Earth Day and Arbor day by planting a tree, sharing green ideas, and hearing an update about Campus Sustainability Progress.
Arbor Day Facebook RSVP


SEA's Earth Day Picnic
Thursday, April 22
12:00-3:00 PM


Great Lawn Shapiro Campus Center
Celebrate Earth Day with music, food, art, games, and solar energy demos.
Earth Day Picnic Facebook RSVP

Green Commuter Day & Fair
Friday, April 23
8 :00-10:30 AM


Gosman Athletic Center
This Earth Day- get to Brandeis a better Way! Pledge to Bike, Walk, Carpool, or Take Public Transportation on Friday April 23. Pledgers get free breakfast and prizes. Everyone can attend the Green Commuter Fair to learn more to take action in the future.
More Information, click here

Facebook RSVP

“Clean and Green": Business, Policy or Slogan?
Thursday, April 29
3:30 - 5:00 PM, Lee Lecture Hall, IBS 5:00 Reception, World Court


Panelists:
Rob Pratt, Founder and CEO, Energy Climate Solutions
Herb Magid, Managing Partner, Energy Investor Funds
Kellogg L. (Kelly) Warner, founder and CEO, Deerpath Energy

Moderators:
John Ballantine, Brandeis IBS
Warren Leon, Brandeis IBS

What are the financial, business, and economic policy underpinnings of clean technology? Will these new technologies and businesses be green in more ways than one? What is the relative importance of the regulatory-policy environment, the technological frontier, and the availability of financial capital for clean innovation and profitable business outcomes? What about the international dimension of demand for green technologies, and of competition for sourcing, workers, and capital? This symposium organized by the Rosenberg Institute of Global Finance will address these issues in a moderated panel discussion, followed by audience question and answer, and reception.

More Event Info

Information about Earth Day is available at www.brandeis.edu/campussustainability Learn more about Recycling and Energy Reduction Programs www.brandeis.edu/campussustainability Become a Fan of Campus Sustainability Initiative http://www.facebook.com/GreenIdeasforBrandeis