Sustainability at Emory: Building Community by Going Green





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An in-depth look at Emory Universitys sustainability initiatives explaining how Emory is widening its definition of sustainability to encompass three Es: environment, economy and equity. It also highlights the ways in which these environmentally-friendly practices have strengthened the sense of community among students, faculty, staff and the greater Atlanta area. April 2009

For more information, visit www.sustainability.emory.edu

Reporter Allison Archer, Class of 2009, examines the history of sustainable practices on campus, as well as the state of those initiatives today. The documentary includes interviews with President James Wagner, Anthropology Professor Peggy Barlett, Religion Professor Bobbi Patterson, Ciannat Howett, the Director of the Office of Sustainability Initiatives, and many more.

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