The first Green House Gas day at Notre Dame will take place on April 14th and will detail climate change and what Notre Dame is doing about it.
8:30-9:00 Breakfast and opening remarks
Featuring Fabrizio Sabba, PhD. Candidate, CEEES; Tessa Clarizio, Undergrad, CEEES.
Free Reusable starbucks cups will be given to attendees - coffee and bagels provided. The first 25 participants will get a free GHG@ND T-Shirt.
9:00-10:30 "Water and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Nexus"
Featuring Dr. Robert Nerenberg, Associate Professor CEEES; Dr. Jen Tank, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences; Dr. Kyle Doudrick, Assistant Professor CEEES
11:00-1:00 Energy and environment student poster competition
Monetary prizes will be announced during closing remarks. Pizza and beverages provided.
3:00-4:00 "Act Now: Plans to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions"
Featuring Tessa Clarizio, GreeND; Mark Hummel, Notre Dame Assistant Director of Utilities; Therese Doreau, Director of the South Bend Office of Sustainability
4:00-5:00 Sustainability Jeopardy
Pizza and beverages provided. The first 25 participants will get a free GHG@ND T-Shirt and will have a chance to win a bookstore gift card. The blender bike will also be available- petal to make your own environmentally friendly smoothie.
5:00-5:15 Closing remarks and poster winner announcement
Sponsored by: The Office of Sustainability, NDEnergy, Notre Dame Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences, the John J. Reilly Center, and the Environmental Change Initiative.