UNMC LiveGreen Scene
LiveGreen Scene is a series of presentations that will explore a range of environmental issues that confront us all at home and in the workplace. The following are the programs that have been presented.
On Tuesday, October 30, 2012, LiveGreen Scene held a presentation on the reEnergize Program. This program is sponsored by the Cities of Omaha and Lincoln and provides significant incentives to homeowners to make energy-saving upgrades to their homes. The presentation took place in the Durham Research Center Auditorium at noon. To get more information on this program go to www.reEnergizeProgram.org.
Copy and paste this link into your browser to view the LiveGreen presentation: rtsp://hog.unmc.edu:554/livegreen/reEnergizeomaha10302012.mp4
Thursday, January 26, 2012 – A short film, "The Story of Stuff," a recycling expert conducted an audit of the contents of a typical campus trash bag and discussed what can be recycled, what can't and what happens to various items after they are thrown away or recycled.
Thursday, February 16, 2012 – An appointment with the energy doctor told us ways to make our homes more energy efficient, environmentally friendly and less costly.
Or check out the Energy Doctor's presentation.
The video of a home energy evaluation and tips on how to save money can be viewed on this link.
Thursday, March 22, 2012 – Carbon Footprinting and what the term really means to us and our world.
Watch the video of the Carbon Footprint LiveGreen Scene and take the short survey to determine your carbon footprint.
These sessions were held at noon in the Durham Research Center Auditorium.