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The SMC Department Gets Conscious with their Coffee Through the innovative recycling company, TerraCycle, the SMC team now averts their coffee pod waste from entering landfills.

April 12, 2019 by | Sustainable Chapman

Due to both their convenience and the wide variety that is offered, coffee pods have become commonplace in office spaces. However, the environmental impact of these little pods are often overlooked. Since recycling them can be challenging (not all municipalities accept #5 plastic), almost all coffee pods end up in landfills. In 2014, there were

Meet wellness blogger and Patagonia employee Leah Thomas ‘17, and get ready for Earth Day 2019! Green Panther Newsletter for April 1, 2019

April 1, 2019 by | Green Panther Newsletter

Join the Conversation on Issues Related to Socio-Economic Status in the Chapman Community Every other Tuesday, Chapman’s Diversity Project Advisory Group on Socio-Economic Stratification meets to discuss and advocate for issues related to socio-economic status. The group has worked on numerous projects for the Chapman community, including the creation of a food pantry on campus, reducing

Green Week, Volunteer Opportunity and Green Panther Spotlight Green Panther Newsletter for March 7, 2019

March 8, 2019 by | Green Panther Newsletter

Green Week is Approaching! The Sustainability Department and Net Zero Chapman collaborated to organize Green Week, which will be taking place next week! Green Week is a series of events centered on promoting sustainability within the Chapman community. In collaboration with various clubs on campus, Green Week will have educational, cultural, social, recreational and community-based

Green Panther Spotlight: Ryan O’Hara Get to know Ryan O'Hara '19, Mission Environment's club President.

February 8, 2019 by | Green Panther Spotlight

Ryan O’Hara ’19 is pursuing a B.S. in Business Administration with a minor in Environmental Studies. Learn more about his role as Mission Environment’s club President and his past experience at Sugarloaf State Park. What is your current position/ leadership role you hold? My current position is President of Mission Environment—Chapman’s environmental awareness and appreciation

Green Panther Spotlight: Nikki Morgan Meet Alumna Nikki Morgan '16, head beekeeper at Backyard Bees.

January 10, 2019 by | Green Panther Spotlight

Nikki Morgan ’16, who majored in Environmental Science and Policy, shares about her current position at Backyard Bees and the importance of eating consciously and locally. Can you discuss your current position/what you have done in your career since graduation? I am currently the head beekeeper for Backyard Bees. Not only do I manage around

Come celebrate Earth Week 2016! April 18th to April 23rd

April 12, 2016 by | Uncategorized

The Department of Sustainability will be hosting a bevy of activities throughout the week that promote sustainability, awareness, and Earth appreciation. The list of scheduled activities is as follows: Monday April 18th- Science Forum: Climate, Air Pollution and Food Security AF 119 A at noon Panel Discussion: Global vs Glocal; Earth’s Spheres and the changing