Communities and scientists from across disciplines must collaborate to address climate change, ensure a livable world and provide health and well-being for future generations, the International Association for Ecology and Health declared at its 5th Biennial EcoHealth Conference Aug. 11-15 in Montreal, Canada.
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University of Wisconsin-Madison plant scientists intend to employ some highly sophisticated instruments to evaluate new varieties of organic vegetables: the palates of the people who produce or prepare them for discerning customers.
Work on projects to improve sustainability on campus and encourage people to live a more sustainable lifestyle. Undergraduate students of all majors are encouraged to apply.
Explore the Badger Green Scene: Meet students in sustainability, tour the Lakeshore Path and chat with campus advisors about sustainability at UW–Madison. All are welcome!
Clothing items that are gently used can be donated for reuse at Rethreads on State Street or put in the clothing bin by the front door of Helen C. White Library or on the second floor of the Education building. Other alternatives include St. Vincent de Paul or Goodwill collection sites or donated at USAgain bins around the city.
Used athletic shoes can be donated inside the Natatorium or SERF to be recycled. Just ask at the front desk.
For more information, visit our Recycling Guide