Greenhouse Gas Awareness Day at Notre Dame

The first Green House Gas day at Notre Dame will take place on April 14th and will detail climate change and what Notre Dame is doing about it. 

Schedule of Events:

8:30-9:00 Breakfast and opening remarks
Fabrizio Sabba, PhD. Candidate, CEEES
Tessa Clarizio, Undergrad, CEEES
Free Reusable starbucks cups will be given to attendees - coffee and bagels provided. The first 25 participants will get a free GHG@ND T-Shirt. 

9:00-10:30 "Water and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Nexus" 
Dr. Robert Nerenberg, Associate Professor CEEES
Dr. Jen Tank, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences
Dr. Kyle Doudrick, Assistant Professor CEEES

11:00-1:00 Energy and Environment Student Poster Competition
Monetary prizes will be announced during closing remarks. Pizza and beverages provided.

3:00-4:00 "Act Now: Plans to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions"
Tessa Clarizio, GreeND
Mark Hummel, Notre Dame Assistant Director of Utilities
Therese Doreau, Director of the South Bend Office of Sustainability

4:00-5:00 Sustainability Jeopardy
Pizza and beverages provided. The first 25 participants will get a free GHG@ND T-Shirt and will have a chance to win a bookstore gift card. The blender bike will also be available- petal to make your own environmentally friendly smoothie.

5:00-5:15 Closing remarks and poster winner announcement 

Please view the Greenhouse Gas Awareness Day Poster for more information.

Sponsored by: The Office of Sustainability, The Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame, The Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences at Notre Dame, The John J. Reilly Center, and The Environmental Change Initiative at Notre Dame