ACRL OnPoint Chat: Seattle Green

For once, I remember* to post about something before I do it…

I’ll be joining the rest of the ACRL Green Conference Component Committee and our ACRL staff liaison, Tory Ondrla, in an ACRL OnPoint Chat on Wednesday at 11 am PST.  This is a free, open chat on Meebo:  instructions for joining in are here.  And the event description, for good measure:

April 29, 2009: Seattle Green: Lessons learned from greening the ACRL 14th National Conference
(10:00 am. Pacific | 11:00 a.m. Mountain | 12:00 p.m. Central | 1:00 p.m. Eastern)

The 14th ACRL National Conference in Seattle WA was the greenest ACRL conference ever, thanks to the hard work, good ideas, and contributions of ACRL members and staff.  Charles Forrest and Karen Munro, co-chairs of the ACRL Green Conference Component Committee, will join Tory Ondrla, ACRL staff member and Green Conference liaison, to chat with you about how they “greened” the conference.  They’ll discuss specific sustainability event strategies, lessons learned along the way, and their hopes and dreams for our next conference in 2011.  Bring your interest in greening your own conference, meeting, or event—and your own green experiences and insights!

I hope to see lots of folks there!

*Thanks to Paula Walker for reminding me that people need to actually know about this…

2 thoughts on “ACRL OnPoint Chat: Seattle Green

  1. Michael Sholinbeck says:

    Hi Karen!
    Did any thing come out of this event? The future of greening ACRL etc? report, minutes, etc? SLA (where i am active) has had a ‘green’ initiative – I’m trying to see if i can help keep it goin’
    Ciao!

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