Specific -- Gather identified information about sustainability groups and processes on campus and off and share to all on the Berklee and Boston Conservatory website with the intention of building connections and new structures across all campuses.
Measurable -- By the end of the Spring 2021 semester, have a detailed, organized page on the Berklee website where all information about sustainability groups, clubs, and structures can be accessed.
Achievable -- Work with campus partners (i.e. leaders of Green Notes, Green Group, Sustainability Coalition) to discuss their sustainability efforts, current waste production, and current investments.
Relevant -- Berklee’s sustainability efforts affect every part of the community: students, faculty, staff, and Boston community members.
Time-Bound -- Have a clean, organized first draft of what this page will be on both the Berklee and Boston Conservatory website by the end of April/beginning May.
have meeting with Kim Matthews in the next 2 weeks to discuss
first draft of what will be on the page and how we want to present it: due by March 1st
second draft before publication / going live due by: April 5th
Publish the page : May 1st ish
Inclusive -- Berklee’s sustainability efforts affect every part of the community: students, faculty, staff, and Boston community members. All these members should have information on where Berklee currently stands on its sustainability plan and should have a voice in moving forward together.
having a designated spot on the page for communication with the coalition and feedback of any kind
Equitable -- Environmental sustainability is an issue that impacts everyone, and the harmful effects of environmental degradation are often felt most immediately by low-income and minority communities.
- Do you feel represented in this goal?
- Is there something we are missing?
- Are there other concerns that you would like us to bring up that are not listed here?