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by Tracy Will
Tue, Apr 5th 2011 08:00 am


As mentioned in our CIR Update, CIR has pledged for the third consecutive year to encourage all of our employees to carpool, bike, walk or take public transportation to work on Earth Day, Friday, April 22nd, to help demonstrate WNY's commitment to going green.

We are also encouraging employees to engage in some of the many events and volunteer opportunities happening in WNY in honor of Earth Day.  For more information on Earth Day related events, see this month's Environmental Update.

To kick-off our Earth Day initiatives, CIR is participating in UB's Sustainability Bazaar this Friday, April 8th from 11am to 2pm, in the Student Union on UB's North Campus.  The event is being hosted by the Environmental Affairs Department of the Student Association as part of their efforts to encourage environmentalism on campus and beyond by introducing students to local environmentally conscious businesses and organizations.

We're also looking into other ways that we might step-up our Earth Day involvement this year.  I'll let you know how everything goes next month...

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Make your own ornaments and decorations.  Once upon a time, decorating the home and tree was a family event, why not bring that back?  Go on a scavenger hunt with the kids and find items around the house and the yard that can be `recycled` into holiday ornaments.  It will provide hours of family fun, and when you use as many `found` objects as possible, you'll be teaching the kids how to reduce, reuse and recycle at the same time!


Think green when decorating for your holiday festivities by following these tips.


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