Move Beyond the Hype

Explore sustainability more deeply at individual, societal, and global perspectives, and discover new ways of living and together, make change more possible and powerful.
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Sustainability is a complex and contested concept, but at its essence represents the hope for a healthy, just and bright future for us all. We offer Choices for Sustainable Living as an opportunity to move beyond the hype to explore sustainability more deeply. The course focuses less on defining sustainability than envisioning sustainability – what would a sustainable world look like? And how can we create it together?

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  • September 15 at 6:22 PM
    We had our annual Crestwood night out on Saturday night; which is a program sponsored by our police department to heighten crime deterrence through strengthening neighborhood bonds, spirit, etc.  We had an excellent turnout; more than last year. This year I was able to talk with some of the neighborhood girls while setting up and explained how...
  • September 14 at 11:47 AM
    I spend every evening after work on my back deck enjoying the outdoors while my dog Riley plays in the backyard.  On the nights I get home from class it is quite a bit later and we can stay out longer due to the sun being down.  This past week was a hot one and I cannot wait for the cooler weather to enjoy more time outdoors and get my walking...
  • September 14 at 11:41 AM
    I have always planned weekly meals and purchased what was needed.  I have found that if I go to the store by myself I stick to the list.  If my husband goes, he doesn't believe in lists and likes to go up and down almost every aisle therefore, buying items really not needed