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THIS WEEK IN SUSTAINABILITY: April 3rd-9th, 2023


This past weekend, Sugar Crew drew off over 3 gallons of maple syrup–that's more than 120 gallons of sap!

 

TUESDAY, April 4th


BREWHAHA COMMITTEE MEETING
1-2PM | 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.

POP-UP BIKES SHOP 4:30-6pm | Between Robinson & Collis

  • 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!


INDIGENOUS SIBERIA: IN THE RAW 5PM | Moore Hall B03
  • Pavel Sulyandziga is an Indigenous rights activist from the Udege community in the Russian Far East. Providing a broad overview of Siberia's indigenous groups and their place in contemporary Russian society, the talk will focus on four case studies of environmental and indigenous rights activism. The lecture is in Russian with English interpreting.

 

WEDNESDAY, April 5th

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. Curious about our upcoming internships for 23S? 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.

 

THURSDAY, April 6th

TEA & IPCC: EXPLORE THE REPORT AND TAKE ACTION 4PM | Sustainability Office- Irving 180
  • The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released their sixth and final Assessment Report calling for evermore accelerated climate action. Come join us in the Sustainability Office to unpack the major takeaways from the report, understand its implications for our work here at Dartmouth, & find hope in the possibilities of collective change-making. There will be snacks!


  • Check out the report here and come ready to ask Sustainability Director, Rosi Kerr, all your questions about what this report means for our planet, our country, and our actions here at Dartmouth!


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.

 

DID YOU KNOW?

  • Did you know? The latest IPCC Synthesis Report affirms that Indigenous rights and knowledge are absolutely vital for climate mitigation and adaptation. The report states, "Cooperation, and inclusive decision making, with Indigenous Peoples and local communities, as well as recognition of inherent rights of Indigenous Peoples, is integral to successful adaptation and mitigation...(high confidence)."


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