Events

January 2021

WEBINARS on Environmental Justice and Sustainability

  • Friday, January 15th 12pm PST - Rights of Nature 101: An Introduction to the Rights of Nature - click here
  • Wednesday January 13th - Teaching Advocacy: Planting the Seeds of Change - click here
  • Wednesday, January 27th - Building Climate Resilience During COVID-19 Recovery - more information coming soon, click here
  • Thursday, January 14th 11am-12pm EST- How CDP Drives Environmental Action Through Its Investor Signatory Program - click here
  • Thursday, January 21st 9am PST - How can we respond to the current planetary ecological emergency? A conversation with Mitchell Thomashow - click here
  • Thursday, January 21st 3pm PST - Rights of Nature 101: An Introduction to the Rights of Nature - click here
  • Friday, January 29th 12pm PST - Who Speaks for the Trees - click here

 

Earth Month Logo Design Competition

Want your design to be the face of Earth Month 2021? Submit your design by March 3rd! The winning creation will be used to publicize SU’s Earth Month initiatives on social media, websites, flyers, and more.
The design must…

  • Inspire all at SU to participate in Earth Month Activities - click here to get an idea of past events
  • Adhere to SU branding guidelines
  • Be a PNG or JPG and be 1080x1080 pixes 72 dpi

The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to SU’s Campus Store & $25 to an environmental organization of their choosing.
Click here for the 2021 Earth Month Logo Competition FLYER and criteria.
Email submissions and any questions to
cejs@seattleu.edu 

Share your climate or environmental justice story

Do you have personal experience of being impacted by climate change or environmental injustice? A team of SU students is creating a series of case studies and videos capturing stories of how our SU student population is affected by climate change and environmental injustice. These stories will serve the CEJS and SU’s Climate Action and Programs. Interested in being interviewed? Take this one minute survey to give some information on your story. Questions? Email Gabby Robinson at robinsongabr@seattleu.edu.

 

 

 

February

WEBINARS on Environmental Justice and Sustainability

  • Thurs, Feb 4th 11-12:15pm - Building Resilience Through Innovation and Community Engagement - click here

Washington & Oregon Higher Education Sustainability Converence 2021

When: February 11-12th
Where: Online via zoom
Description: Join the CEJS at the WOHESC 2021 Virtual Conference Feb 11-12 with over 20 sessions focused on social justice, campus engagement, academics, operations, facilities and student leadership including presentations by SU's  Dr. Valentina Zamora, Dr. Wes Lauer, Keira Cruickshank, and Emily Nielsen about investing in sustainability & Taylor McKenzie on food justice. View the program here register for the event using CEJS's discount code here.

Seattle U Gives

When: February 25th from midnight to midnight
Where: Virtually
Description: Seattle U Gives is the university’s day of giving and a celebration of uncommon generosity. For 24 hours, our entire Seattle U community comes together to invest in what matters most to them at the university. Any gift donated to CEJS will go towards funding the CEJS fellowship program.

Earth Month Logo Design Competition

Want your design to be the face of Earth Month 2021? Submit your design by March 3rd! The winning creation will be used to publicize SU’s Earth Month initiatives on social media, websites, flyers, and more.
The design must…

  • Inspire all at SU to participate in Earth Month Activities - click here to get an idea of past events
  • Adhere to SU branding guidelines
  • Be a PNG or JPG and be 1080x1080 pixes 72 dpi

The winner will receive a $25 gift certificate to SU’s Campus Store & $25 to an environmental organization of their choosing.
Click here for the 2021 Earth Month Logo Competition FLYER and criteria.
Email submissions and any questions to
cejs@seattleu.edu 

Share your climate or environmental justice story

Do you have personal experience of being impacted by climate change or environmental injustice? A team of SU students is creating a series of case studies and videos capturing stories of how our SU student population is affected by climate change and environmental injustice. These stories will serve the CEJS and SU’s Climate Action and Programs. Interested in being interviewed? Take this one minute survey to give some information on your story. Questions? Email Gabby Robinson at robinsongabr@seattleu.edu.

 

 

 

March: RecycleMania Month

Upcoming Webinars

  • Saturday, March 6 - Sustainability Leadership Training, Gain the Knowledge to Change the Future, click here
  • Tuesday, March 30 - The Next 25 Years: Building a Climate-Resilient Future - more information coming soon, click here

April: Earth Month

Power Shift 2021 Convergence

When: April 16th - 18th
Where: Currently New Orleans, LA , but it is likley to become a virtual convergence spanning more days
Description: Power Shift 2021 will be a massive youth convergence in April 2021 that brings together thousands of young people dedicated to fighting for justice for three days of trainings, workshops, and panels to build community, gain skills, and share learnings from the movement. Visit
Power Shift 2021’s website here to learn more, and click here if you are interested in leading a convergence section. 

Earth Month Logo Competition

Click here for the Earth Month Logo Competition criteria.

 

May: Bike Everywhere!

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June: Laudato Si' Month

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July

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September 2020

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October: Food Justice Month

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November 2020

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December 2020

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