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Live Green
What can you do to be Green? What can you do to help the environment? What can you do after studying Green? There are so many questions to ask, choices to make and actions you can take, but where can you start? Right here in the Hall VII Hall VII and Hall VI Live Green Community.
The members of Live Green Community will actively participate, and often be a community leader, in sustainability initiatives on and off campus.
Mr Davis Bookhart
Senior Manager, Sustainability Unit
Davis Bookhart joined HKUST in August, 2013 as senior manager and Head of the university’s Sustainability Unit.  Bookhart’s charge is to facilitate the creation and implementation of a comprehensive sustainability master plan, focusing on reducing or eliminating the University’s environmental impacts, addressing and managing risks that arise from climate change and resource scarcities, and preparing students for careers that will be shaped by an increasingly stressed planet. Bookhart is also Secretary of the Environmental Sustainability Steering Committee (ESSCOM), a sub-committee of the University Administrative Council (UAC).

Bookhart comes to HKUST after eight years as the head of the Office of Sustainability at Johns Hopkins University.  As the founding director, Bookhart launched the office to focus on integrating students and faculty into campus sustainability projects to the greatest extent possible, while promoting sustainability through collaboration between departments and in the local community.  In this role, Bookhart also worked with Baltimore City leaders to develop policies and programs to promote sustainable actions City-wide.  Before joining Johns Hopkins, Bookhart founded Charm21 – Clean and Healthy Air through Renewables in Maryland – a non-profit group advocating the use of renewable fuels and resources in the Baltimore region, and was senior project director of the public interest group Consumer Energy Council of America.
Members of Live Green Community will learn to: 
  • Minimize the ecological impact of daily activities
  • Practice "green" actions in support of sustainability
Proposed activities include:
  • Community service learning projects organized by your Coordinator and Fellow
  • Leadership activities that contribute to the green movement
  • On-going research projects
  • Topics may include alternative energies, transportation, community development, food, responsible consumption and green careers.
Don't just learn about Green. Live Green! 


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