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Olivia Regehr has been an intern with UVA’s Green Labs program since August 2021. She is an Environmental Thought and Practice major with Global Sustainability and Bioethics minors. She is passionate about climate change adaptation, mitigation and geoengineering strategies, global and corporate sustainability, and advocating for environmental justice. Her main projects with the Green Labs program include promoting the Shut the Sash Challenge, the International Freezer Challenge and Green Lab Certification for research labs.
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Climate change is often presented as a problem for which there are only big solutions, but that’s not the whole story. Every individual can do their part to stop the climate crisis by incorporating sustainable choices into their daily life.
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In 2022, we look forward to celebrating the Earth April 1-22 with an expanded “Earth Day Every Day” Celebration! We invite individuals and groups to participate. Let’s show our friends, families, co-workers, classmates, and neighbors how much our community cares about this beautiful Earth that we all share.
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Equity & Environment Fund

The Equity & Environment Fund, supported by UVA’s Civic Engagement Subcommittee, is available to students for community-based projects or events that explore and address the intersection of equity, justice, and sustainability.

 

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Indigenous activists
The fight for sustainability is often framed as a new movement that has emerged in the last century. However, Indigenous people have implemented practices like sustainable land stewardship for centuries. Learn how their environmental framework is invaluable to today’s sustainability movement.
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Got ideas for how to use the 4-panel solar micro-grid on Grounds? Enter your ideas by Friday, December 17!
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UVA 3rd-year Halle Krantz provides great ideas for having a green, sustainable Halloween. She is a Student Employee at the Office for Sustainability and is studying Public Policy & Leadership and Global Sustainability.
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Sometimes living sustainably can be associated with a higher cost. However, through resources at the University and in Charlottesville, sustainable choices are more accessible than first thought. Students should not have to choose between being environmentally conscious or being financially secure. This list of resources is meant to lead students to budget-friendly sustainable living options.