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Outline plan for Green Week 2014 -

Date: 17th - 21st Feb 2014.

As a major part of the educational component of Green Campus, Green Campus Committee organise a Green Week, now in its 12th year. The event this year themed “Recycling makes Cents”, will run from 17th - 21st February. A number of new projects in the area of waste and recycling will be rolled out before the 17th which will be facilitating and encouraging all campus users to recycle better.

This year  the headline  initiative of GCC is  a scholarship fund competition with a prize of €200 open to all students, student groups or societies. The challenge is to propose a project that is implementable and practical to make Trinity more sustainable. Get the details here.

 

School of Natural Sciences Evolutionary Biology and Ecology Seminar Series 2013-2014
‘Is biodiversity a driver in the health benefits of green space?’
Presented by: Jenny Roe, University of York
Venue: Botany Lecture Hall, TCD
Date: Friday 14 February 2014; 2pm
Further information: ncooper@tcd.ie
Drinks and snacks will be served afterwards. All welcome!

 

Monday (17 Feb)

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday (21 Feb)

 

Energy

 

 

 

Biodiversity

 

 

8.00 - 8.30am

Free ‘Stretch and Flexibility Class’

(Sports Centre)

10.00 - 2.00pm

SU and St. V de P - Coin Collection

(Arts Building)

9.30am

Special Breakfast for Housekeeping Staff

(Dining Hall)

8.00 - 8.30am

Free ‘Stretch and Flexibility Class’

(Sports Centre)

 

9.30 - 12.30pm

Energy Aware

(Hamilton)

Spot prizes

 

1.00 - 2.00pm

Simon Perry Memorial Symposium

“Sustainable Engineering”

(Simon Perry Building\ Demonstration Theatre)

9.00 - 6pm

Botany/Zoology Postgraduate Symposium

(Botany Theatre)

 

9.00 - 5pm

Botany/Zoology Postgraduate Symposium

(Botany Theatre & Lloyd LB08)

1.15pm

Launch of Green Week

(Exam Hall steps)

Free Raffle for Ball tickets for attendees.

1.00 - 2.00pm

Stone Walk

[Dr Patrick Wyse Jackson]

(Campanile)

1.00 - 2.00pm

Bram Stoker Society

''Water Politics: International Cooperation or Competition?, a paper by Kell Scott'

(GMB)

10.00 - 2.00pm

SU and St. V de P - Coin Collection

(Arts Building)

1pm

Green Sculpture display

[ VisArts ]

(Campanile)

 

 

1.00 - 1.20pm

Bicycle Fashion Show

[ Envirosoc ]

(Front Square)

11.00 - 3.00pm

Green Fair:

(Arts Concourse and Hamilton)

'Energy Aware’

Dublin Gardens

Every Can Counts

Greyhound

Murphys Ice-Cream

Foodcloud

TCD Green Campus

Coastwatch

 

 

1.00 - 2.00pm

Bird Walk

[Mr Aidan Kelly]

(Campanile)

 

2pm

Selection of winner of ‘Campus Sustainability’ Competition

Cash & Ball Ticket prizes

5pm

‘Finding David Douglas’

[ BotanySoc ]

(Botany Theatre)

 

ends 5pm

“Nature Treasure Hunt”

[ Coastwatch ]

(online *)

 

3pm

Presentation of prizes: ‘Best Green Photo’ &

‘Best Green Art Design’

Ball Ticket prizes

 

3.30pm

“Food Blogger”

[ Envirosoc ]

(GMB)

6pm

“Make and Do”

[ SU ]

(Pavilion Bar)

 

 

 

7pm

Home Brewing Workshop

[ Envirosoc ]

(GSU)

7pm

Earth Ball 2014

[ Geographical Society ]

(Davenport Hotel, D2)

7.15pm

Hist Society Debate

'This House believes Climate Change is no Global Crisis'

(GMB)

7pm

Biodiversity Bingo

[ Envirosoc ]

(Chaplins Bar)

5.30pm

Pub Quiz

[ EngSoc ]

(Pavilion Bar)

Ball Ticket prizes

* Nature Treasure Hunt - entry form and details here.

Day by Day what to expect - some launching on a monday, lots of energy on a tuesday, serious debating at the GMB on a wednesday, much biodiversity on a thursday, winners alright by friday.

Once again Green Week promises to be educational, entertaining and fun with some competitions along the way, with 6 Trinity Ball tickets and other prizes up for grabs. The myriad of events will include talks, workshops, walks, presentations, debates and the Green Fair. Exhibitions will include an Energy Aware display, Foodcloud, the Community Gardens of Dublin, recycling and waste management among others.
The societies are providing the entertainment including a ‘bicycle fashion show’, ‘craft brewing’, ‘green pub quiz’, ‘biodiversity bingo’, ‘green make & do’. DUPA are running the annual best green photo competition and VISARTS are organising a competition for the design of artwork for the recycling truck. They also plan to create a green sculpture from cans & plastic bottles to go on display on the 21st. The Sports Centre, Library and Catering are also playing their part with some green initiatives.

Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday - Thursday - Friday.

Green Week not only offers advice on how we can all make small changes to ensure a more sustainable future but also gives us an opportunity to meet, share ideas and discover aspects of College that perhaps we did not know before.

Once more, Green Week has great support from the SU and the GSU and in particular the following societies: Environmental, Engineering, Botany, DUPA, Visual Arts, Bram Stoker, Historical, Philosophical and St. Vincent de Paul.

Finally, GCC is encouraging everyone to get involved in Green Week, you are sure to learn something, mostly likely be entertained and you may just win a prize.

Click here for a Detailed Green Week Plan.

 

Green Week 2013 - Trinity’s Green Gathering

previously in Green Week.


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