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Where Were You?
April 22, 2020 marks the 50th International Earth Day. Do you remember the first Earth Day, in 1970? We want to hear about it.
For the Future of the Forest
No matter your interests, there is a place
and a way for you to get involved.
Choose to Reuse
With over 150 water refill stations around campus, get
chilled, filtered water straight to your reusable bottle.
Lead the way
Transform your interest in sustainability
into passionate leadership.
Navigate the Forest your way
Rent a bike for the semester, borrow a Zipcar,
or Ride the Wake— you've got options!
Life after the Forest
Catch up with Wake Forest Sustainability
alumni who are living their passions.
We'll do the dirty work
Request the Compost Crew to collect organics
at your office, residence hall, or next campus event.
Explore an interdisciplinary major in sustainability
or minor in environmental studies or science.
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