Become a “CSU Certified Conservation Champion”
Stacey Baumgarn,Dr. Patricia Aloise-Young,Dr. Jeni Cross
Green Initiatives and Issues
Wednesday, January 15th 2014
No matter your profession or position – you have the power and ability to help the CSU community reduce its energy use and environmental impact. Learn the difference between energy conservation and energy efficiency – learn what you can do in your cubicle, office, classroom, building, and community – to reduce energy use and lower your environmental impact. You might use this information to simply feel better about yourself, or you may choose to share it with your colleagues – we will give you the power to make choices and decisions that earn you the distinction of being a “CSU Certified Conservation Champion.” Our small individual actions lead to significant positive results.
Goals and Target Audience:
Goal: The goal for this session is to become an informed member of the CSU community regarding our energy use and environmental impacts. Each one of us can contribute to reducing the overall impact and work as an energy and resource conservation champion. Target Audience: Any CSU faculty or staff member interested in becoming a “CSU Certified Conservation Champion.”