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Sustainability Speaker Series: Sustainability 101 – Meaning, Measurement, & Making Sense of It

June 10, 2020 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Join us for a FREE weekly online Sustainability Speaker Series, presented by WSU Snohomish County Extension – Sustainable Community Stewards, starting Wednesday, June 10th at 5 pm. This series will focus on environmental sustainability and social justice, reducing waste, sustainability plus the eco-economy.

June 10th – Sustainability 101 – Meaning, Measurement and Making Sense of It!

Instructor: Ram Hariharan,MBA, Sustainable Business,Entrepreneur

Topic: Many people talk about sustainability, but what does it mean, really? Can you measure it and if so, what would you measure? Exploring sustainability with lenses ranging from physics and chemistry to epidemiology and political science, this discussion will help you see deeper patterns in society and your own life. You will have a chance to apply what you learned, in collaboration with other participants, to develop insights on current issues in sustainability. Finally, we will close with what is on the horizon in sustainability.

To register, or for more information on this, and more lectures in the Sustainability Speaker Series, including speaker bios, visit:
Sustainability Speaker Series (webpage)

Can’t make the date, but still want access to the content? Register anyway to receive a link to the recording, after the lecture is complete!