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Partner with UW to Tackle Your Environmental Challenges

Do you have an idea for an environmental project at your organization?

The University of Washington has a unique program for businesses and other community organizations to partner with a faculty-led team of graduate students to conduct a 6-month long environmentally-related project. Project teams are comprised of business, public affairs, urban planning, science and engineering students, who, along with their faculty mentor, have the brainpower to address your real-world environmental challenges.

Conscious Living: FOOD FIRST

When: March 26, 2011
Time: 10am - 2pm
Where: Body and Brain Center, 8750 Greenwood Ave. N.
Cost $45 (price includes a light lunch)
Register: [email protected]


Are you or anyone you know interested in attending?

When: January 29, 2011
Time: 10am - 1pm
Where: Body and Brain Center, 8750 Greenwood Ave. N.
Cost $30 ($5 reimbursement for eco-travelers)
Register: [email protected]

We are all aware of the societal issues we face but there is a solution, and that solution begins with YOU. Come experience an empowering and holistic yoga and "do the most good" coaching session to heal your inner and outer worlds.

We will explore:
- Personal and Environmental Health
- Positive Action = Positive Change

Can You Define Sustainability?

Growing up in the 90's I never heard the word sustainability. Come to think of it, I had never heard of sustainability until my freshman year of college at Western Washington University. I was always familiar with conservation, recycling and pollution, but never used the term sustainability.

Weekly Discussion: Can The Public Prevent Corporate Greenwashing?

A recent post on Fastcompany.com by Jamey Boiter asked the question, "Can brands launch sustainable campaigns without being accused of greenwashing?"

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