Eco-Rep program educates the next environmental sustainability leaders.
The forum turned into a discussion due to low attendance.
Graduate students use donated clothing to inspire makeshift costumes at the recent Sustainable Halloween Costume Sale, held in the Campus Center.
As the Eco-Rep program manager, Kevin Hollerbach views the UMass’ lack of awareness and participation in eco-friendliness as a multi-faceted issue. He believes it will take a collective effort to make improvements.
Last week, the UMass Eco-Rep Program stationed 63 of its members in dorm lobbies collecting alternate recyclables: items not suitable for the single-stream recycle bins, yet still reusable.
A concert in the Cape Cod Lounge Tuesday night demonstrated the effects of wasteful energy and promoted a more sustainable way of life.
In a recent list from The Princeton Review, UMass was honored as a school that has taken great steps towards a “greener” campus.