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Do you have a great idea for Eco Week 2017?

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Some of the events we ran last year.

In September (18-22) the UC Sustainability Office will host UC Eco Week. This yearly festival of events celebrates and promotes everything to do with sustainability. This is a festival that is partly student-run and we would love your input. Are you passionate about making kombucha and want to hold a workshop? Know a great speaker and want to invite them? Love second hand clothes and want to organise a clothes swap? Saw that amazing thought-provoking movie and would like to screen it?

We are looking for students who have great ideas for sustainability-focused events to hold during Eco Week 2017. If you have the passion, we may be able to help you make it come true!

Write down an outline of your idea and send it to Puck at the UC Sustainability Office (puck.algera@canterbury.ac.nz) before the end of May.

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Author: Puck Algera - UC Sustainability Office

Puck works at the Sustainability Office at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand. As the Sustainability Projects Coordinator, she's keeping busy with student and staff engagement, providing strategic input and advice and organising sustainability-focused events. She holds a Ph.D. in sustainability and corporate responsibility from the University of Canterbury. For this research, she investigated the current best practice in progressive values-driven businesses from New Zealand, the US and Europe.

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