Are you an avid reader and interested in learning about various sustainability topics? Join our Sustainability Book Club, where we connect once per month over Microsoft Teams to discuss a new book related to sustainability. Having piloted this opportunity with our Green Office Ambassadors, we are now opening the opportunity to all staff, students and Faculty. Our meetings typically run over the lunch hour towards the end of each month. The selected books are available from public libraries, or for purchase from the W Store and other online retailers.
In 2022, we hope to pilot a new discussion list that is a mixture of books, documentaries and TedTalks. The goal is to diversify voices, experiences and opportunities for book club participants to join.
If you are interested in joining, fill out this contact form so we can add you to the Teams book club channel. All participants will be emailed in January with the details for our first Book Club Meeting.
Want to know what we are reading? Here is our lineup for the Winter lineup:
- January: Break from Book Club & Opportunity to Source items from discusison list
- February: Green Grass Running Water by Thomas King
- March: The Story of Stuff by Annie Leonard
- April: TedTalks on Water by a variety of diverse perspectives
So far in book club, we have read:
- Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer
- Silent Spring by Rachel Carson
- The Sacred Balance by David Suzuki
- There's Something in the Water by Ingrid R.G. Waldron
If you have any questions about the book club, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.