August 29, 2019 - January 1, 2020

Foundations and Practice of Sustainability 2019

Washington University in St. Louis

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  • September 20 at 8:08 AM
    Last night in class we talked about the varying scales at which we can and should work, and how sometimes small actions add up and influence other people. This morning I got a very gratifying look at influence in action! I organized our annual staff retreat earlier this summer and the theme was sustainability, so I supplied every staff member...
  • September 16 at 4:27 PM
    Has anyone seen the documentary Tapped? I feel like anyone who would watch it would never drink water from a plastic bottle much less purchase bottled water in plastic containers. Then I find myself thirsty out in public without my metal water bottle and end up buying one. Is that lazy, thirst, or just easy access that drives me to purchase...
  • 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
  • September 14 at 11:38 AM
    Our neighborhood has what we can "Circle Parties" usually every Friday nights.  We had a gathering last night and we invited new neighbors one block over who moved in. Dan and Katie have two young children and they are now a part of of "Circle Party" email blast list for upcoming parties.  

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