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Sustainability Events

The Office of Sustainability works to maintain a presence at large university events and works to demonstrate the university's commitment to sustainability through large, regularly-occurring, annual events.

More information on the annual events managed by the Office of Sustainability can be found by clicking on the Event links below:

  • The Lowell Earth Day Festival & Parade is one of the Office's premier events, it is an annual, city-wide, month-long celebration of the arts, nature, and sustainability culminating in a downtown Festival and Parade. It occurs in the Spring Semester every April usually culminating on the third Saturday of the month, on the weekend nearest Earth Day (April 22).
  • Fall & Spring Into Recycling is a free, annual, recycling event that occurs once every semester-- in the fall in late October/early November and in the spring in April. Community members are allowed to bring in goods and material from their homes and offices for recycling.
  • Sustainable Move-In
  • Sustainable Move Out Donation Drives
  • Office Tabling
  • Integrating Sustainability into Other University Events
  • Make your event more sustainable

Events

  • FEB
    12
    Climate Change Speaker Series
    10:30 AM

    Climate Change Speaker Series. Peter Tashman is a professor in the management department of the Manning School of Business who studies corporate sustainability issues, including how organizations attempt to mitigate and adapt to climate change. The title of his talk will be announced.

  • APR
    02
    Climate Change Speaker Series
    10:30 AM

    Climate Change Speaker Series, "Worst-Case Economics: Extreme Events in Climate and Finance." Frank Ackerman, environmental economist. Co-sponsored by Economics Department.

  • APR
    30
    Climate Change Speaker Series
    10:30 AM

    Climate Change Speaker Series, "Which energy source has lower carbon emissions: renewable wood or fossil coal? Dynamic life cycle analysis of wood bioenergy." Juliette Rooney-Varga. Co-sponsored by Environmental, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. 

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