E3: Ecology, Economy, Equity is an environmental student organization that seeks to create a system that incorporates environmental responsibility, economic viability and human justice. E3 will be holding two exciting events next week, and they are completely free of charge!
E3's 3rd Annual Earth Month Speaking Panel & Q&A
This year's speaking panel features the theme "Global Environmental Problems, Local Solutions". Three distinguished panelists will be discussing on global environmental problems that may be mitigated through American consumer decisions and practices of American businesses, following with multiple Q&A periods.
- Tuesday, April 9th from 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
- Bruin Reception Room on the second floor of UCLA's Ackerman Union
- Anna Cummins - Co-Founder, 5 Gyres Institute (Discussing plastic pollution)
- Kabira Stokes - Co-Founder & CEO, Isidore Recycling (Discussing E-Waste and social justice)
- Zak Zaidman - Co-Founder & CEO, Kopali Organics (Discussing Fair Trade and organic chocolate production)
Kristina Wong, named "One of the Seven Funniest Eco-Comedians", will be presenting her hilarious show "Going Green the Wong Way" after gaining much success form her second international tour of Europe and a whirlwind tour last year through the U.S.!
Based on UCLA Alum Kristina Wong’s true-life adventures, "Going Green the Wong Way" takes us from Kristina’s confrontational 6th grade science project, to her wandering years as a missionary of recycling, to her true calling as Los Angeles’ patron martyr of carbon-free living.
- Wednesday, April 10th from 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. (Doors open at 7:45)
- UCLA's Schoenberg Music Hall
Remember to check out their Facebook event pages and RSVP!