What is SEA? KSU Students for Environmental Action
"Our vision is a healthy community that is economically, socially, and environmentally just.
Our mission is to educate, inspire, and protect a healthy ecological local community."
Students for Environmental Action is for you, the student who wants to learn more about the environment and who wants to do something about it!
We are an active group who likes to recycle, practice sustainability, eat real food, and learn about the outdoors. Our group goes on camping trips, works on the local KSU student farm, canoes on the Kansas River, and learn about things like climate change and water quality.
Weekly Meetings: Tuesdays, 7:30pm, KSU Hale Library, Room 301
Join and Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2201820540/
SEA is an independent, non-profit, student and community group. Our club has, and will continue to be, one of K-State's most powerful voices on campus in advocating ecological improvement. Our students come together from diverse backgrounds, representing various fields of study, with different career and life objectives all united to educate and serve our campus and community with respect to environmentalism.
After our first Fall 2017 meeting, SEA proposed many events and activities.
Here is a sample for the 2018 Spring semester... Please join the us!
- KSU campus energy audit - we need students to help with a week-long building energy efficiency audit covering light sensors and using infrared cameras to gauge heat loss on several buildings on campus.
- Planning for KSU Green Week - we received special funding to plan for speakers, events and activities for a campus week-long sustainable/green week in April.
- Upcoming speakers including former SEA president Zack Pistora who is covering and give us an update on the Kansas legislator on environmental and sustainable issues.
- Planning for SEA trips to attend one or more "green" conferences such as the Smart Growth conference in St. Louis, National Environmental Justice Conference and Training in Washington DC.