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Local Plastic Foot at Burning Man

Check this out! http://myplasticfreelife.com/2013/08/its-the-burning-man-plastic-footprint-project/ Local art teacher at Incline High School, Ann Clark, worked hard all summer with students building a large plastic foot to symbolize how disposable  plastics are destroying our world.  See how this project was displayed at Burning Man along with picture during construction of the project....
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Student Short Film Competition

  1st Annual Sustainability Film Shorts Student Competition! Prizes will be awarded to winners! ($500, $250, $100)   CALL FOR ENTRIES Entries must clearly address the theme of sustainability. The main themes for this festival will be – Food, Climate Change, Energy, and Community. Your film may be live...
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Save the date! Sustainability Film Festival

The Sierra Nevada College Sustainability Resource Center presents the 2nd Annual Sustainability Film Festival beginning Thursday, November 7 with a screening of the film Chasing Ice.  The Festival continues on Friday and Saturday with food and drink starting at 5:30 pm in TCES lobby.  More information on films will follow.
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Author Talk – Friday, September 27

Plastic Free: How I kicked the Plastic Habit and You Can Too by Beth Terry Released in 2012, Plastic Free: How I Kicked the Plastic Habit and You Can Too is the book companion of Terry’s blog, My Plastic Free Life, formerly known as Fake Plastic Fish. Terry first documented her findings, frustrations,...
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Mr. Box: A short film on sustainability

Mr. Box: A short film on sustainability

  An animation film that won The Filmmaker’s Achievement Award for the Outlook for Someday film competition. The film shows us how bad the world has gotten in relation to how is has been. Hopefully this encourages you to make a change for the better.  
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Business Case for Sustainability

Business Case for Sustainability

The Business Case for Sustainability is explained by Ray Anderson, Founder and Chairmen of InterfaceFLOR. Interface is a long time partner of The Natural Step and is a proven leader when it comes to sustainability. Interface’s bold vision “mission zero” is the company’s promise to eliminate any negative impact...
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Detour to the Top – a story by K. Galloway & K. Duane

Detour to the Top – a story by K. Galloway & K. Duane

Award-winning filmmakers Katie Galloway and Kelly Duane de la Vega follow 21-year-old SNC environmental studies student Sonya Hernandez as she pursues her dreams and conquers her fears in Yosemite National Park.
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The Lexicon of Sustainability | The Story of an Egg

The Lexicon of Sustainability | The Story of an Egg

Can learning the meaning of a single term actually help change the food system? David Evans and Alexis Koefoed think so. These poultry farmers explain the real story behind such terms as cage free, free range, and pasture raised so that consumers can make informed decisions when they go...
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Sustainability Explained Through Animation

Sustainability Explained Through Animation

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Library Launches New Sustainability Resource Center

The community is invited to celebrate the opening of Sierra Nevada College’s new Sustainability Resource Center onWednesday, June 27 from 6-8 p.m. in the Prim Library on the SNC campus.  This new library collection includes materials focused on economic, environmental and community sustainability specifically selected to meet the needs...
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