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2018 Webster University Sustainability Summer Lunch & Learn Series

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Join Webster University Sustainability Wednesdays during the summer months beginning May 30th from 12pm-1pm to learn about strategies and solutions being created and used right here in our local community to impact sustainability issues on a global scale.

The lunch lectures will take place every Wednesday during summer with free box lunches provided! After the final session on August 1st, attendees will be entered into a drawing to win a FREE copy of Missouri Harvest! Attendees will receive an entry for each session attended. All sessions are held in East Academic Building & Interdisciplinary Sciences Building at Webster University's home campus in Webster Groves, MO. Parking is available in Garden Park Plaza parking garage. For more information contact Kelsey Wingo at

May 30th, Library Conference Room
Local Impacts & Global Goals
Thomas Zinselmeyer, St. Louis University High School

June 6th, Sverdrup 101
Crossroads of Immigration & Sustainability
Diego Abente, International Institute

June 13th, East Academic Building 253/262
The Importance of Eco-Literacy
Brandon Vernhoff

June 20th, Library Conference Room
The Era of Living Buildings
Emily Andrews, Missouri Gateway USGBC

June 27th, Library Conference Room
Dealing with a Growing Population
Dane Kamin, Population Connection

July 11th, EAB 253/262
How Do We Fit Into Nature?
Chris Parr, Webster University

July 18th, EAB 102
Resource Scarcity: All for One, One for Who?
Sheila Anglin Jordan, Webster University

August 1st, EAB 253/262
Youth in the Climate Fight
Natalie Lucas, Care About Climate

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