|Submission Date||Sept. 23, 2019|
EN-4: Outreach Materials and Publications
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Does the institution have a central sustainability website that consolidates information about the institution’s sustainability efforts?:
Website URL for the central sustainability website:
Does the institution have a sustainability newsletter or social media platform that focuses specifically on campus sustainability?:
A brief description of the sustainability newsletter or social media platform:
There is a sustainability highlight reel on Lawrence's main Instagram account.
Does the institution have signage that highlights sustainability features on campus?:
A brief description of the signage that highlights sustainability features on campus:
The Warch Campus Center is a LEED Certified Gold Building, the seal is prominantly displayed in the entrance of the building. Begining in fall of 2018 an effort was made to introduce more educational signage in the Warch Campus Center (home of the student commons and the building most utilized by the public) to highlight sustainable feature of the building, such as hand dryers, trayless dining, a committment to not selling bottled water, and the building's green roof.
Does the institution provide a sustainability walking map or tour?:
A brief description of the sustainability walking map or tour:
An online sustainability tour can be accessed on the Sustainable Lawrence webpage via Google Maps.
Does the institution produce a guide for green living and/or incorporating sustainability into the residential experience?:
A brief description of the guide for green living and/or incorporating sustainability into the residential experience:
Lawrence has a Green Living Guide that can be accessed in print or online. It lists strategies for living a sustainable lifestyle in your dorm room, in your residence hall, on campus and in the community.
A brief description of other comprehensive sustainability outreach materials and publications not covered above:
Lawrence's food provider, Bon Appetit, has its own visual designators that identify food that is sourced locally or fits into part of a low impact diet. Bon Appetit also creates signs that describe their partnerships with local growers and farmers.
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