Green Generation Environmental Mixer Featuring Keynote Speaker Dr. Christine Whitcraft at Japanese Garden, April 18
2013-04-09 · By Editor
California State University Long Beach will be uniting several eco-entities to host Green Generation: A Campus and Community Mixer. This event will kick-off the city’s Earth Week celebrations on April 18th from 5-8PM in the Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden located on the CSULB campus.
Green Generation will feature a showcase of student environmental projects from a wide array of backgrounds including geology, business, fashion, design, environmental science and biology. The keynote speaker of the evening will be CSULB’s wetland biologist Dr. Christine Whitcraft, an active member of on-campus environmental activism and researcher focused on local wetlands.
Attendees will be able to spend the evening in the iconic Japanese Garden, enjoying a live band, Romero y Perez, cash bar and appetizers provided by Whole Foods, Lazy Acres and 49er Shops. Pedego Electric bikes, Revive Juice Bar and Hydro Bikes will display products. Hudavi Wellness Spa to give free chair massages!
Organizations including Long Beach’s Office of Sustainability, Green Long Beach!, CSULB’s Sustainability Task Force, CSULB Surfrider Club and CSULB’s Sustainable Transportation Program will be present to table and provide information on how the city is going green.
Both the university and Long Beach community have made incredible environmental advancements. This event strives to unite faculty, staff, students and community members to highlight these advancements.