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Environment / Sustainability

We broke it, we can fix it

October 10, 2010

A panel with diverse experience -- faculty from the departments of philosophy and health and exercise science; a moderator from the department of soil and crop science; a water and energy conservation expert from Facilities; and a Fort Collins environmental planner -- will discuss obstacles and solutions in the effort to achieve sustainability.

Wednesday, October 12
5-6:30 p.m.
Avagadro's Number

A panel of Colorado State University faculty experts from the School of Global Environmental Sustainability (SoGES) will discuss problems and solutions to achieving sustainability.  

This event is co-presented with Beet Street's Culture Cafés and will take place at Avogadro’s Number in Fort Collins.  

The expert panel includes:

  • Philip Cafaro, Department of Philosophy
  • Loren Cordain, Department of Health and Exercise Science
  • Carol Dollard, Colorado State University, Facilities
  • Lucinda Smith, City of Fort Collins Sr. Environmental Planner 
  • Moderator: Gene Kelly, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences

This panel is part of SoGES' Managing the Planet Panel Series that runs the second Wednesday of the month each semester.


Contact: Kerri McDermid
E-mail: kerri.mcdermid@colostate.edu
Phone: (970) 492-4155