The Office of Sustainability is hosting their second book club - podcast edition! Last semester, a group students met to discuss Braiding Sweetgrass, a book filled with indigenous and ecological wisdom. This semester, students, staff and faculty are invited to discuss five renowned podcast episodes, featuring experts and activists in the field of sustainability. We will share insight and questions on topics such as climate change, fast fashion and circularity. By May, we will have broadened our understanding of sustainability and made a few friends along the way. 

Join us for the second meeting on March 9th at 4pm in Trailer 2 at Facilities Managment: https://map.concept3d.com/?id=1772#!m/500776?s/

This meeting with discuss the podcast epidsode: The Warm Up Podcast Epsiode 16: How One Small Step Can Create Exponential Change with Caulin Donaldson. Come to the meeting to share your takeaways from the epidode and meet new people interested in sustainability!

Facilities Management (FM), Construction Maintenance Building 2
800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas 75080-3021

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