Solutions-Oriented Visioning for Environmental Challenges
Sage Lenier is a visionary and inspiring leader in environmental problem-solving and human-rights activism. At UC Berkeley (’20), she was a state-wide UC Carbon Neutrality Initiative Fellow and student environmental professor. In Spring 2018, she designed and taught an award-winning, solutions-based undergraduate course titled “Zero Waste: Solutions for a Sustainable Future,” Berkeley’s most popular student-led course. Lenier’s mission is to curate and present scalable and practical steps to addressing the ecological crisis, from your personal life to changing the systems you live in. Her sustainability work has been featured in the New York Times, and her optimistic and compassionate approach to climate change, the circular economy, zero waste, livable cities, and regenerative agriculture launches her as a generational role model. CSUSM Students: free. Community: optional donation. Faculty/Staff/Alumni: optional donation. All donations will go back into the Arts & Lectures fund to provide for future events.