Welcome back! We hope you’re ready for an exciting new semester. This week there will be NO GENERAL MEETING (Wednesday 2/6) due to Al Gore’s visit to Harvard. Check it out!
The Environmental Action Committee Board is proud to endorse Akshay Sharma and Akanksha Sharma for President and Vice President of the Undergraduate Council. Akshay has shown long-term commitment to environmental causes on campus, particularly as a member of the Resource Efficiency Program. The Sharma vision for a Community Council provides a forum for airing campus sustainability issues. Furthermore, their vision of the UC as a transcendant organization devoted to supporting student goals meshes well with the EAC’s on-campus mission.
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for our Fall 2012 Introductory Meeting
The EAC will be participating in a day of service on April 14, 2012 at the East End House in Cambridge. East End House is one of the oldest social service centers in the Greater Boston area. It is a community center that provides academic enrichment, educational programming, a food pantry, and community workshops to a diverse population in the east Cambridge area. We will be helping during their annual clean-up day and participating in an environmental fair to educate community members about environmental and sustainability issues. Stay tuned for more details!
The Harvard College Environmental Action Committee seeks to help achieve a sustainable world and protect the environment for its human and non-human inhabitants. To this end, the EAC aims to raise the consciousness of Harvard’s students to the effect of their own actions on the environment and to their status as stewards of this planet’s resources. We advocate specific changes at the campus, local, national, and international levels. Furthermore, we serve as a forum for discussion and a source of information on environmental issues. Finally, we seek to enrich our members through fun and fulfilling experiences.
We recognize that we are but a small part of a much larger environmental movement, but we know that a few committed individuals can make large contributions. Through reaching out to other groups, inspiring others by our example, and adapting to changing needs, we expect to use our four years in Harvard’s gates to change the world so that our children may live in a world where ecological values are widespread and the planet is healthy enough to foster a healthy human race.
The Environmental Action Committee meets on a weekly basis to plan and discuss upcoming projects. With a new semester upon us, we look forward to setting new plans for the spring. We hope you’ll join us, 8pm on Wednesdays in the Quincy House Spindell Room (adjacent to the dining hall).