May 7, 2013 | Atlanta, GA
Representatives from colleges and universities across the nation will gather at Georgia Tech June 25-26 to discuss how athletics and sports programs can be more environmentally responsible at the third annual Collegiate Sports Sustainability Summit.
The conference, which will be held in the Wardlaw Center, is open to student groups, athletics, recreation, sustainability, facilities, food service and recycling departments from all campuses.
Speakers at this year’s event will include representatives from North Carolina State University, 360 Architects, University of Colorado Boulder, Coca-Cola Recycling, Gator IMG, University of Arizona and University of Nebraska. A full agenda is available online.
Registration is $40 for students and $100 for others until Friday, May 17, after which general registration is $125. Space is limited; sign up online or learn more at collegiatesportsustainability.org.