TUESDAY, March 7th
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.
MENDING WORKSHOP 5PM | Sustainability Office (Irving 180)
Want to learn how to sew? Have some clothes that you have been meaning to fix? Want to learn more about sustainability in the fashion industry? Sign up here for our sewing workshop where we will learn how to mend clothes. All materials will be provided that you can take home with you to continue practicing sewing. You can bring your own clothes to mend or you can practice on provided materials! Snacks and drinks will be provided! Spots are limited.
WEDNESDAY, March 8th
SUSTAINABILITY COMMUNITY LUNCH
Help cook @noon; lunch served @12:30pm | Irving Commons
We're rounding out a wonderful winter term with a hearty chili cook-off. Swing by Irving Commons (IR 275) for delicious eats and to say hey to all Sustainability Office staff. Vegan and gluten free options for chili, cornbread, and dessert will be available! We can't wait to see you there.
PRODUCTIVE USES OF DECENTRALIZED RENEWABLE ENERGY 12-1PM | Online
University of Texas at Austin PhD student Vivek Shastry presents on recent research as part of the New Energy: Conversations with Early-Career Energy Researchers series. In this talk, Shastry will present findings from an in-depth field study of rural entrepreneurs in southern India who are using solar powered appliances for a range of rural livelihoods and businesses. Specifically, he explores the market and non-market factors that influence entrepreneurs’ access to these solutions, and the mechanisms through which they contribute to building their resilience to future livelihood and climate shocks.
THURSDAY, March 9th
SUNRISE DARTMOUTH MEETING 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.
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT
THIS WEEK: SWIPES FOR HUNGER
Got DBA? Be sure to swing by Foco tonight and tomorrow evening to donate a swipe for up to $10 of DBA or DASH! Your donations will help support Willing Hands' vital work combatting food insecurity and providing food for Upper Valley residents.
OUR GREEN FUTURE SUMMIT RECAP
Last week, we hosted over fifty working group members including students, faculty, staff, students, and community members from areas all across campus and beyond at our in-person Summit to refine Our Green Future draft goals and strategies. You can catch the livestream of the first part of the event here!
We also hosted a great Student Forum in partnership with Dartmouth Student Government on Thursday to garner feedback from students on the draft targets–thanks to all who showed up and made their voices heard!
DID YOU KNOW?
After almost 20 years of talks, United Nations member states agreed on a legal framework for protection of the high seas. Covering almost two-thirds of the ocean that lies outside national boundaries, the treaty will provide a legal framework for establishing vast marine protected areas (MPAs) to protect against the loss of wildlife and share out the genetic resources of the high seas. Read more here!