These programs require the participants to play a role in their experiential learning.
Card Art (PE) (PL)
Create something beautiful for someone from recycled materials.
Cultural Feast (PE) (PL) (PR)
Each resident comes with a dish to share, all the while, learning about hunger and its effects on the population.
Dorm Storm (PL)
How much recycling can be gathered by going door to door on the floor? Meet your neighbors and take their recyclables.
Earth Hour Simulation (PL) (PR)
Go outside and play while conserving energy in your residence hall.
Fancy Flower Planting (PL)
Reuse everyday items to plant flower pots that can be used for a variety of plants for room decoration.
Natural Disaster Remodel (PE) (PL) (PR)
Rebuild a town after a disaster. How will sustainability be incorporated?
Poster Making to Save Energy (PL) (PR)
Create poster for the hall about energy conservation while conserving energy.
Recycling Round-Up (PL)
Identify the items that can be recycled and win. This will help the next time you recycle.
Tie Dye Party (PL)
Bring a shirt from home and tie dye it. Reusing materials is just as good as recycling them.
Uh-Oh, Spaghetti-O (PE) (PL) (PR)
Uh-Oh, Spaghetti-O Part 1: Learn about organic food while planting your own basil.
Uh-Oh, Spaghetti-O Part 2: Use the basil you planted to prepare a meal and learn about local food.
These programs use film to get a message across. Each film finishes with a discussion to help you drive your points home.
An Inconvenient Truth (PL) 1 hr. 48 min.
Global Warming is happening and its effects can be felt all around the world. Learn about it so you can do your part to stop it.
The End Of Poverty? (PE) (PR) 1 hr. 46 min.
20% of the population of Earth use 80% of its resources. Why? How can we start to combat poverty but something as small as consuming less.
Food, Inc. (PE) (PL) (PR) 1 hr. 33 min.
The food industry is a powerhouse but what does that mean to the American public. Find out in this telling documentary.
Forks Over Knives (PE) (PL) 1 hr. 30 min.
Animals take up 1/3 of all the grain produced in the world. Learn about animal-based foods and its process for production.
Fuel (PL) (PR) 1 hr. 52 min.
Renewable fuel is the way to go but it is up to the big fuel industries to be practical with what they have now as they prepare for the future.
Human Footprint (PE) (PL) 1 hr. 15 min.
Every action you take has an impact on your surroundings. Discover those impacts and its effects.
The Lorax (PL) (PR) 1 hr. 26 min.
Dr. Seuss brings us an understanding of production and consumption that was well before his time. This animated story helps brings out the Lorax in us all.
PlanEAT (PE) (PL) 1 hr. 12 min.
Your personal health and diet impacts the environment in more ways than you may have previous thought. Learn how and in what ways you can help.
Planet Earth Series (PL) 50 min. ea.
Take a look at where we live in more depth than before; hopefully stimulating an appreciation like never before.
Six Degrees Could Change the World (PL) 1 hr. 36 min.
By 2100, our planet’s temperature could increase by six degrees. Sound like nothing? Take a look at what happens as each degree increases.
The Story of Stuff (PE) (PL) (PR) 20 min.
The short film packs the punch you need to learn about our consumer society and what it does to the planet and its inhabitants.
Tapped (PE) (PL) (PR) 1 hr. 15 min.
Think your tap water is bad? Well that’s thanks to big soda corporations. Discover the truth and how bottled water can be truly damaging.
Wall-E (PE) (PL) 1 hr. 38 min.
What happens when we trash the planet too much? Do we leave it behind? Wall-E is charged with cleaning it up. See what his adventures bring.
Who Killed the Electric Car (PL) (PR) 1 hr. 32 min.
Alternative energy can be used for a variety of thing including vehicles. At one point, there was promise of electric vehicles but what happened to stall the production.
The 11th Hour (PE) (PL) 1 hr. 32 min.
Humans are at the 11th Hour in terms of what Earth can put up with. We have to learn to reverse the clock and heal the world.