On March 25-29, Students for Environmental Action organized Green Week: a week full of sustainability events hosted by various student organizations on campus. The week was intended to educate students on their carbon footprint and simple, daily ways to reduce it.
Roots & Shoots members, Sean Kato (‘19), Brianna Hernandez (‘22), and Zoe Gibson (‘20), table about everyday environmentally friendly habits to kick off Green Week.
Students for Environmental co-president, Elise Eifler (‘19), and Christina Nigro (‘22) talk with students about environmental justice and what it means to them.
GRID Alternatives, a non-profit concerned with providing equitable solar energy and jobs for all, came to the university to speak about their impact and how students can get involved.
Students for Environmental Action annually host Greenapalooza: a sustainability party with games, environmental education, music, and art!
Anyela Guzman (‘20) helps students calculate their ecological footprint at Greenapalooza.
Students were invited to donate clothes to the clothing swap, organized by Native American Student Union and SEA members, and “shop” sustainably.
The Sierra Club participates in Greenapalooza, advocating for clean air and water, and environmental justice.
Students were provided with second-hand shirts to have a design screen printed on site!
PERIOD., a menstrual justice chapter on campus, tables about eco-friendly menstruation products. Julia Scully (‘22) and Kaylee Rose (‘22)
Crawford Banks (‘21) performs for the first half of Greenapalooza.
Students dance during dusk to local band, Archer Oh.
Community Mapping club hosts a map-a-thon to assist in disaster relief efforts after recent Zimbabwe cyclone to cap off Green Week (Dustin Furgeson (‘21)).
Photos contributed by Redlands Bulldog photographer Caillie Roach.