UCF Sustainability Training Series Feed

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  • Patti Riva 3/02/2020 8:36 AM
    Spoke with a former colleague at another school about Sustainability and the course.  We had a lengthy talk about sustainability's value.  Many folks know it's important and yet do they take the time to actually apply it in their own lives. 

  • Joanne Mccully 2/26/2020 9:03 AM
    Ways I can make my ecological footprint smaller is:  1) eat less beef, 2) I use a tower garden to grow veges and herbs, this uses no soil, chemicals and recycles water to water the plants, 3) eat more organic foods, 4) I do not use a plastic water bottle any longer, and I will bring my canvas bags to shop with instead of plastic ones.

  • Joanne Mccully 2/12/2020 11:20 AM
    I would like to change the mindset people have about throwing plastics out, especially near the oceans.

  • Joanne Mccully 2/12/2020 5:32 AM
    I have meatless meals all this week

  • Joanne Mccully 2/12/2020 5:31 AM
    Reused my water bottle again - never use any plastic today

  • Shane Clark 2/11/2020 10:55 AM
    I  ate a totally organic meal last night, that I grew myself and the meat I ate I harvested wild myself.   I joined this group and class to learn more about water and food sustainability. I would also consider being on a board and volunteering for other sustainability programs.

  • Joanne Mccully 2/11/2020 10:50 AM
    Day 1 - 2/11/20  I did not eat any meat.

  • Elizabeth Hughes 9/06/2018 1:43 PM
    I have not used any purchased water bottles this week.

  • Elizabeth Hughes 9/06/2018 1:26 PM
    Yesterday I rode a Lime bike from my office to the Student Union for lunch and then rode it back to the office. This allowed me to use my hour most effectively and kept me cool in the heat.

  • Elizabeth Hughes 6/21/2018 5:16 AM
    At a friend's house last night, I chose water from the refrigerator spout over bottled water.