1/23/2014 Peter Durantine

This Week's ENE Light Lunch

  • Green roof on Wohlsen Center Green roofs on locations around campus, including the Wohlsen Center for the Sustainable Environment shown here, reduce energy required to cool and heat buildings, and retain water to decrease runoff during rainstorms. Goals of Franklin & Marshall's Sustainability Master Plan include reducing energy consumption 15 percent by 2020 and containing 100 percent of the stormwater produced on campus by 2030. (Photo by Tim Brixius)
Join us for this week's ENE Light Lunch!
 
Speakers Prof. John R. Nolon (Pace Law School) and Marissa Weitz '13 will discuss the topic, "Learning how law can protect the environment, create sustainable development, and mitigate climate change."
 
Friday, January 24, 2014
12:00 noon
Adams Auditorium
 
Pizza will be available in Hackman 119 before and after the lecture.
 
 

Diane Kadyk

Coordinator, Dept. of Earth & Environment
 
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