Dallas College Sustainability Summit
The 13th annual Sustainability Summit will take place from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., November 1, at Dallas College Northlake Campus. The keynote speaker is William Kamkwamba, who inspired the film “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind,” which will be screened at the event.
Four options include Sustainability in Higher Education (discover the ripple effect of sustainability on campuses and higher education, and how to play a role in fostering a culture of positive change); Sustainability in the city of Dallas (uncover the secrets of urban sustainability and how our city is becoming a shining example of eco-conscious living and innovation); Sustainability in the State of Texas (explore the Lone Star State’s pioneering efforts in sustainability from renewable energy to conservation and learn how to contribute to the state’s green evolution); and Sustainability in the United States (dive into nationwide initiatives, collaborative endeavors and grassroots movements that are shaping a more sustainable America).
This summit is a chance to be part of a movement changing the world, one action at a time. Participants can learn, connect and leave empowered with tangible methods to embrace sustainable living. Attendees receive a complimentary, locally sourced lunch.
Location: 5001 N MacArthur Blvd, Irving, TX 75038. For more information, email Faye Bajo at [email protected].