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“we do make a difference — one way or the other. we are responsible for the impact of our lives. whatever we do with whatever we have, we leave behind us a legacy for those who follow.” —stephen covey, author

People’s Climate March

Join the People’s Climate March on September 21, 2014 in NYC!

World leaders are coming to New York City for a UN summit on the climate crisis. UN

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon is urging governments to support an ambitious global

agreement to dramatically reduce global warming pollution.

Let’s get together to take a stand and show world leaders that we care about our


To sign up:



Game Day Ambassadors Help Superfans Go Green

Game Day Ambassadors

Game Day Ambassadors assembled before the September 13th game played against USC.  Some 35 volunteers are joining this new initiative developed by Athletics, Facilities Services and the Office of Sustainability.  See latest Sustainability newsletter for more info about this exciting new program (coming soon).

Photographed: Bottom row L - R: Rui Sun, Shujia Li, Emma Campbell, Sarah Bulger; Back row, R - L: Melissa Suntherland, Joe Simonelli, Colleen Simonelli, Kelsey Dahlin, Jackie Eppright, Bob Pion.  Others not shown in photo include: Keisha NG-A -Qui and Kristen Patterson.

Environmental Studies Program Launches Environmental Studies Major


The Environmental Studies Program now offers an interdisciplinary major curriculum to students interested in perspectives on sustainability from faculty and courses across the university.

Pictured to the left: Students in the Environmental Studies Seminar, taken in their senior year, work on small group projects on various topics related to sustainability. The groups partner with mentors at BC from various departments such as Facilities, Dining Services, and Engineering and with community businesses. The student projects demonstrate development of skills in research, data collection, testing and the exploration of alternative sustainable products or sustainability practices. To see some of the student projects from the previous seminars, click the following link: