Who's who in the environmental sector
The main players in Tamy's environmental sector are the Secretary for Social Welfare Affairs and the annually appointed Executive Board member responsible for environmental affairs.
In 2011, the Executive Board member responsible for environmental affairs is Ms Pieta Hyvärinen.
The purpose of Tamy's environmental sector is to give students a chance to acquire information about environmental matters both on and off campus and to participate in environmental activities. Tamy also organizes the Environment Days on an annual basis.
You can have an influence!
- The best way to influence environmental affairs is to join Tamy's Committee for Environmental Affairs.
- Promote Fair Trade at the University by taking part in the Pro Fair Trade working group.
- Promote environmental matters connected to housing by taking part in the Tampere Student Housing Foundation's tenant committees.
- Eat vegetarian food more often in the university restaurants or become a vegetarian.
- Choose your coffee, tea, chocolate, fruits and other products as Fair Trade products.
- Give university restaurants feedback and make wishes concerning the environment-friendliness and ethicality of the food.
- Make sure your student association consumes Fair Trade coffee and tea.
- Print and copy sparingly.
- Recycle the things you no longer use. The University's recycling facility is located in room 105 of the E section of the Main Building.
- You don't have to buy everything. For example, you can borrow all sorts of things at Tamy, and the University's online flea market helps you exchange items or find carpools.
The email list for environmental affairs is email@example.com.
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