|Event Title||Campus Earth Week Keynote Address: Majora Carter|
|Location||111 Carroll Hall, UNC Campus|
|Sponsor||UNC Sustainability Office|
|Date/Time||04/15/2015 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM|
Majora Carter, urban revitalization strategist and social-enterprise pioneer, will speak at UNC-Chapel Hill to deliver the Campus Earth Week Keynote Address, on Wednesday, April 15, 6pm, in Carroll Hall, room 111.
Carter has redefined the field of environmental equality. She started in the South Bronx at the turn of the century and is now a leader in the local economic development movement across the United States. She is a visionary voice in city planning who views urban renewal through an environmental lens, and with a focus on historically underserved and minority populations. Carter's confidence, energy and intensely emotional delivery make her talks themselves a force of nature.
Location: 111 Carroll Hall, UNC Campus
Date: Wednesday, April 15
There will be a reception for students to meet Majora Carter before her talk at 5:00pm in the Anne Queen Lounge in the Campus Y.
This event is free and open to the public.
This event is sponsored by the UNC Sustainability Office, the Institute for the Environment, the Center for Sustainable Enterprise, the Association of Student Governments, the Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling, the Environmental Affairs Committee of Student Government, the Center for Urban and Regional Studies, the Gillings School of Global Public Health, the Environmental Finance Center and Community and Economic Development Program in the School of Government, the Environmental Resource Program, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Center for Global Initiatives, and the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost's Office.