ALL WEEK LONG:
VOICE YOUR SUPPORT FOR BOLD CLIMATE ACTION & ENTER A RAFFLE TO WIN SUSTY SWAG!
To mark Earth Week, the Sustainability Office is collaborating with Dartmouth Student Government to better understand how Dartmouth students are impacted by the climate crisis. Please take a minute to fill out this poll to share how climate change impacts you and to show your support for BOLD ACTION for climate justice.
Fill out the poll by April 30th to enter a raffle for Susty Swag including locally sugared maple syrup!
TUESDAY, April 25th
TRANSITION TO A LOW-CARBON ENERGY FUTURE: TOWN HALL
5PM | Stoneman Classroom (basement of Murdough) & Zoom
Dartmouth and the Upper Valley community are invited to our annual Earth Day panel organized by the Sustainability Office. This year, panelists will update the community on progress made in the past year toward achieving our campus wide carbon emissions goals and efforts to accelerate Dartmouth’s decarbonization. Panelists will also take questions from the public during a concluding Q&A session. Light refreshments will be served after the event.
WEDNESDAY, April 26th
SUSTAINABILITY OFFICE HOURS
12PM -1:30PM | Student Sustainability Room - Robinson (Robo) 106
Join a rotating cast of Sustainability staff members in Robo for some delicious home-baked goods and riveting conversation. Been mulling over an exciting idea for sustainability on campus you'd like to run by us? Just want to hang out in between classes? All are welcome, whether you're a sustainability stalwart or new to the susty community.
POP-UP BIKES SHOP
3:30 - 5:30PM | Bikes Shop (Fahey-McLane)
Need to fix your bike up for the spring? Come on down to PUBS (pop-up bikes shop!) to get your set of wheels in shape!
FASHION ETC. THRIFT STORE
4 - 6PM | Collis Common Ground
Fashion Etc. is hosting an Earth Week thrift store! Sell or donate your clothes—help reduce clothing waste on campus! If you want to sell your clothes, you must bring them to Robo 106 on Monday or Tuesday from 4-7 pm, where they will be tagged. Buyers will venmo you! To donate your clothes, bring them to Robo 106 on Monday or Tuesday from 4-7 pm. Money from donated clothes will go to the Listen Center thrift store. Come shop around this Earth Week!
IRVING INSTITUTE STUDENT GRANT PRIORITY APPLICATIONS DUE
5PM | Online
Looking for funding to help with energy- or climate-related research or a project? The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society offers grants up to $5,000 for enrolled undergraduate and graduate students who are advancing the Institute's mission of transforming humankind’s understanding of energy, climate, and society issues, and driving the creation of ideas, technologies, and policies that improve the availability and efficient use of energy for all people.
JAY LEMERY, MD, DMS ‘00: PERSPECTIVES ON THE HUMAN HEALTH IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE FROM A PIONEER IN CLIMATE MEDICINE
6 - 7PM | Online
Dr. Lemery is an Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine and is Chief of the Section of Wilderness and Environmental Medicine. He is the immediate Past-President of the Wilderness Medical Society and has provided medical direction to National Science Foundation subcontractors operating at both poles, most recently serving as the EMS Medical Director for the United States Antarctic Program.
Join the Zoom here.
THURSDAY, April 27th
FARM WORK DAY
8 - 10AM | Meet behind Robinson
Sign up here to get your hands dirty out at the Organic Farm! We'll be soil blocking, seeding, and having a grand old farmy time.
SUNRISE DARTMOUTH 8PM | Robinson 106
Passionate about climate justice? Join Sunrise Dartmouth to learn how to get involved in the fight for environmental and social justice here on campus and nationally. Learn more about Sunrise Dartmouth here.
FRIDAY, April 28th
BREWHAHA COMMITTEE MEETING
10 - 11AM | Sustainability Office (Irving 180)
Brewhaha is an annual event brought to you on Green Key weekend by Farm Club and Dartmouth Sustainability. This event takes place at the Organic Farm and features delicious local food, student bands, crafts, a home-brewed kombucha competition, and so much more!
Join the planning committee GroupMe here.
FRIDAY, April 28th - SUNDAY, April 30th
UPPER VALLEY WILDFLOWER PLANTING
VARIOUS TIMES & LOCATIONS
Volunteer to help plant wildflowers at several locations around the Upper Valley as part of the Class of 1989 Pollinator Project, No experience is necessary!
But that's not all the news that's fit to print–there's so much more happening this Earth Week! Be sure to visit our website for the full schedule of events.