On February 23, 2013 Penn State students hold the third annual Positively Green day of service. Last year, 30 students, faculty and staff undertook a two-hour training session, and then went out into the community, helping State College neighbors make their houses more energy efficient.
We will begin at 10:30 am, with a full day of activities:
10:30 AM Training in the Frizzell Room of the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center (corner of Curtain and Allen on campus, right across from the libraries)
12:00 PM lunch!
12:30 PM move to local worksites to begin energy efficiency work in low-income homes
3:00 PM regroup at Pasquerilla (with cookies!)
4:00 PM adjourn
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Last year, with financial support from the Rock Ethics Institute and generous donations from our corporate sponsors (Lowe’s and Wal-Mart), our students changed light bulbs, installed weather-stripping, and upgraded homes with low-flow shower heads and hot water pipe insulation (see the story in the local paper here and more pictures here). Students also learned how to discuss energy usage and encourage folks to make lifestyle choices that save energy and protect our planet.
Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light is proud to sponsor the first student IPL in the nation—thanks, Penn State students, for being part of the climate change solution!
Positively Green: a service day alternative to State Patty’s Day