Community: Eco Education
Bill McKibben—who is speaking at the College of Charleston on April 5—in Times Square on October 24, 2009 at one of the 5,100 rallies that he helped mobilize in 181 countries that day
The College of Charleston got a little greener last fall with the Office of Sustainability’s establishment, and city residents are already reaping the rewards. From April 2 through 5, visit the campus for its inaugural Sustainability Week. A few highlights? On Monday, a Transportation Fair showcases ways to get around town—from buses to scooters—and features bike workshops, safety seminars, and more. Tuesday brings a screening of turtle harvesting documentary Between the Harvest, and Wednesday’s Local Farms Fair offers a chance to meet the folks who grow our food. But the event that’ll really get eco-enthusiasts geeking out: a Thursday night lecture by Bill McKibben, founder of climate campaign 350 and “the world’s best green journalist” according to Time.
For all the info, visit sustainability.cofc.edu.
Photograph Courtesy of Bill Mckibben