Sustainable Jersey hub for Burlington, Camden and Gloucester Counties

Month: October 2017

Building a Sustainable Future

Here’s a great opportunity to learn how you can help build a better future on November 11.  Join us at Votta Hal,  Rowan College at Burlington County College located at 900 College Circle, Mount Laurel.  The agenda for this free event is listed below.  While it’s free, we’d still like you to register.  Here’s the link to register.


12:30pm: Doors open, networking and light snacks
1:00pm: Welcome: Ed Cohen Tri-County Sustainability Alliance
1:05pm: RCBC Sustainability Initiatives and Programs (RCBC representative)
1:25pm: Resource providers: Learn about free resources from local organizations.
2:00pm: Collaboration as a Model for Success. Brief overview of strategies followed by open discussion to share your successes, challenges, and questions by Marshall Hatfield (TriCSA)
2:30pm break (30 minutes)

Parallel Sessions:

Outreach and Planning

3:00: #TechforCommunityEngagement  – effective strategies in social media and web presence by Deb Hammond (Delran Green Team) and Patrick McDevitt (Sustainable Monroe Township)
3:30: Going Beyond Paris by Sustainable Jersey Energy Team

Hot topics and RCBC programs

3:00: The Growth of Solar Power by Prof Robert Brzozowski
3:15: Earth Science contributions to understanding Nature by Prof. Marc Zamkotowicz
3:30: How GPS mapping helps Environmental Studies by Prof. Marc Zamkotowicz
3:45: Applying Environmental Science to Natural Studies by Environmental Science Dept

4:00 End

Sustainable Sips – Zed’s in Marlton

Join other Sustainability enthusiasts for networking and socializing at newly opened Zed‘s Beer on Tuesday October 24 at 6pm.  Zed’s is located at 19 North Maple Avenue, Marlton.  Zed‘s offers a great selection of beers and folks can order in from the Organico Pizza next door. Zed‘s Beer is “sustainably good.” They recycle their spent grains as food for local livestock, buy local ingredients whenever possible, and have an energy efficient brewing process.  At 7pm, we have ‘speed greening’ which is a great opportunity to meet and network with others in the room. We will supply free appetizers. Each participant pays for their own drinks and other food.  Free and open to the public.  For more information, contact Ila Vassallo at 856-465-3752 or email us  or our Facebook Event page.