On Display: Oct 19 – Dec 13, 2009, Perkins Gallery
Sponsor: Sustainability @ Duke
Learn more about your carbon footprint-what you drink, drive and eat can change the world! How many cell phones and laptops have you disposed of, and how many plane trips do you take each year?
Learn how to make your own electronic bike in a presentation (PDF, 1.5MB) by Joseph Burke, Clinical Nurse for Duke Hospital.
Learn about how one country's garbage can save lives around the world; read about how John Lohnes and "REMEDY at Duke" are making a difference.
Learn about Leed certification for green architecture-and how Duke is playing their part! Learn about how Duke's campus is saving water and money.
Learn about some of the organizations and institutes on campus that are working to make Duke a more sustainable campus.
This exhibit was curated by the staff of the Sustainability at Duke office, with input from a variety of departments on campus. It is an effort to educate the public about simple steps to take to decrease our carbon footprint, but also to share a variety of resources and practices currently taking place on campus. The exhibit includes just a few of the sustainability activities on campus, but there are, of course, many more. For more information about sustainability visit the Sustainability at Duke website. This on-line exhibit includes some of the text from the exhibit as well as a few other resources to help you live a more sustainable life! This exhibit was supported by a grant from the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation.
Exhibits in the Perkins Gallery are sponsored in part by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation
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