The Student Sustainability Association is taking the next step toward the future with it’s goal of campus carbon neutrality by the year 2058.
Carbon neutrality simply means the elimination of CO2 and other greenhouse gases like methane.
Lewis and Clark Community College is dedicated to reaching the goal of campus carbon neutrality by 2058. The college has recently forged some new green partnerships as a way to advance its commitment to sustainability.
Recycling is a big step in the right direction toward a greener community.
That is just a part of what Lewis and Clark’s Director of Sustainability, Nate Keener, is trying to encourage in his second annual Art of Recycling contest.
Justine Humphreys Copy Editor Lewis and Clark Community College’s Student Sustainability Association hosted a campus..
The grass here in Edwardsville is greener, and so is our student body.
“We all want to be a part of bettering the one world in which we were given to live. What better place to start than some simple recycling?”
“Lewis and Clark Community College is due to get new recycling bins in the next three weeks, placing their arrival within the first week of March…”
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