Princeton Conservation Society Hosts Student Environmental Conference
Posted February 9, 2000; 10:22 a.m.
Princeton Conservation Society is hosting the second annual Greening of the Ivies Conference this weekend, February 11th-13th. The conference, which debuted last spring at Columbia, is a gathering of all of the ivy league student environmental groups and serves as a forum for the discussion of environmental issues on college campuses and in the world at large. This year, students are attending from Cornell, Yale, University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, and Dartmouth.
All are welcome to attend the three plenary sessions on Saturday, February 12th featuring Princeton professor and conservation biologist Andy Dobson, green architect Tim Michels, and Dirty Jobs Campaign activist Rachel Heller. The conference is an opportunity to learn more about the environmental movement here on campus and share ideas with motivated activists from other universities.
For more information or to register, contact Liz Bernier at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit Princeton Conservation Society's website . You may also register for the conference on Friday evening from 5:30-7:30 in the hyphen of the Student Center.