可持续性日博体育app

什么是可持续发展? 

Covid - 19期间,日博体育在线学校正在堆肥日博体育在线的食品容器.

可持续性 is the capacity to meet the needs of the present age without jeopardizing the ability of people in the future to address their needs. The environment is essential; however, it is not the only consideration. 考虑人类的福祉也是至关重要的. A sustainable institution is one that protects natural resources while guaranteeing social equity and economic prosperity.

可持续发展愿景声明

日博体育在线学校的愿景是积极教育和参与学生, 教师, 工作人员, and the wider community in becoming good stewards of the environment while working to use resources efficiently, 支持健康的生态系统, 发展可持续的社区实践.

为什么日博体育在线要关注可持续发展

Being sustainable goes hand in hand with 日博体育app’s values of respect for all life, 热爱环境,对环境有责任感, 生物多样性, 环境权益, 公平, 平等, 和多样性. 日博体育app fosters a culture of service and giving back to our community/environment and is committed to making environmentally and fiscally sustainable decisions.

因为可持续性从环境角度来说是有意义的, 金融, 健康, 以及公民权利的观点, 日博体育app embraces sustainability and is mindful of it when making all decisions.

日博体育在线学校和学生管理 日博体育在线环境行动俱乐部(SEAC) aim to make sustainability an integral part of the 日博体育app experience by assuring that all initiatives related to sustainability are made with a coordinated effort.

绿色的新闻

日博体育在线转到垃圾填埋场

3月17日, 2021 学生 from the 日博体育在线环境行动俱乐部(SEAC) and Teach2Serve cohort 10 met with a representative from Leck Waste Services, 日博体育app浪费的搬运工. The 学生 had what may seem like an odd request for the Leck representative: to divert all of 日博体育app’s trash from so-called “waste to energy facilities”  to landfill or a recycling center.

支持当地农民、可持续实践和环境

SEAC (日博体育app Environmental Action Club) is urging the 日博体育app community to reduce their meat consumption. 不管肉对日博体育在线的健康是好是坏, 肉类工业对环境有害有几个原因.

日博体育app餐厅的周五最少肉食日

考虑到应对气候变化的生存威胁的重要性, the co-presidents of SEAC (日博体育app Environmental Action Club) Leel Dias ‘23 and Charlotte Davis-Hup ‘21, 得到了俱乐部成员和俱乐部顾问戴安·唐斯的支持, 是否继续实行“最少肉类星期五”, 这是他们去年推出的,目的是让日博体育在线更可持续. 

日博体育在线学校的可持续发展

今年四月是地球日50周年纪念日, 日博体育在线比以往任何时候都更需要可持续发展. So what are we at 日博体育app currently doing to make our community more sustainable?