Green Street: Sustainable Transportation @ Wayne

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Date: October 20, 2021
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Location: Zoom
Category: Special Event

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Although situated in the heart of the Motor City, our university faces transportation barriers that present challenges to sustainability, mobility, and access. As part of Wayne State University’s Green Street Conference, members of the campus community are invited to join the Office of Campus Sustainability and industry professionals in a discussion on how the university and the City of Detroit are working to increase sustainable transportation by expanding alternative transportation options on campus and in the city. In addition to the discussion, attendees will learn how to sign up for the new free public transportation pass available to all students, staff, and faculty. Presented by Jon Frederick, Emily Thompson, and Sherelle Streeter.

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Green Street 2021: 

Green Street is Wayne State University’s main celebration of Sustainability in Higher Education.  

Hosted by the Office of Campus Sustainability, Green Street happens in October and it is a month of activities and curated conversations between disciplines and communities about environmental challenges, environmental science, environmental justice, the environmental humanities and more. 

This year's focus is on environmental justice and sustainability. Our program includes online talks by a local meteorologist, policy makers, scholars, panels and outdoor activities to raise awareness about environmental justice and sustainability. 

The events are open and free to the entire Wayne State community, and we hope to see you there!

October 2021