Draft Master Plan
The Chancellor's Commission on Environment, Sustainability and Resilience has completed its draft master plan and welcomes your feedback. Please use the form below to let us know any ideas or insights you might have.Download the draft master plan
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St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated by many people across the world. There are many things you can do to make this celebration as green as possible. By green, I mean sustainable of course.
- Bike or walk to your St. Patrick’s Day outings
Instead of using a car, reduce your carbon footprint by finding alternative transportation to a St. Patrick’s Day get-together. Walking to the bars or biking to your nearest Irish Pub are a few ideas.
Valentine’s Day is a great day to express your love to the ones around you. Flowers, chocolates and countless paper Valentines are the traditional Valentine’s Day gifts- but are not the most sustainable. If you are on the hunt for something more environmentally friendly, you’ve come to the right place. Check out our 5 tips below to be a more sustainable valentine this year!
1. Digital Valentines