Let's face it, we're all trying to be a little greener . . . at least at home. What about the office, your museum, your library, your historical society? Ask yourself these questions:
Am I turning my lights off when I'm not in the office?
Do I use recycled paper in my printer?
Does the office have recycling bins for cans, bottles, newspapers, etc.? If so, how are they getting to the local recycling center?
Is there a way that my office could limit the number of paper communications it creates and start using Web 2.0 platforms (like wikis) to collaborate on documents and conduct meetings?
SITES is partnering with Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry to present Green Revolution, an innovative “traveling” exhibition about various aspects of environmentalism. We provide you with the plans, design, and “how to” for your team to fabricate and install your very own green exhibit using materials from your own backyard. Plus, no crates and no trucks minimizes our carbon footprint.
With a website and video to guide you, you’ll have solutions to all your green problems at your fingertips. Using your recycled materials, your local resources, and your muscle, you’ll be able to build your own eco-zibit!
But before we start planning, we’d like to hear from you about what we should offer in our Green Revolution exhibition. Please take our Green Revolution survey!