SOS 9/8 Meeting Recap
Thank you all to everyone who came to our first general meeting last night!
Recap of the slideshow and important points is attached. Dr. Kim Cobb had an incredible presentation on climate change and her research on coral reefs and the current temperature changes due to increased El Niño activity.
A Trees Atlanta planting will be organized by Hannah Santillo and mentioned in the meeting last night, interest form here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/10dDHrCP8A6G8oix3G3qCzC0FeyE1mo85H2OifnIv8Ng/viewform?usp=send_form It would be on Saturday mornings in Decatur from 9-12ish, transportation will be provided.
From the Garden coordinator Camilla: Here is the google doc to sign up for watering the garden. Try to sign up with a buddy if you can. When you put your name down for a day of the week, you are responsible for watering that day every week! You can email or text me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 706-818-3975 to let me know you can't wait on your day if something comes up. Thanks! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1nJLq7stR9Q8acesyW4wpLuz9WlYLgpwrmRVtATlgkHk/edit?usp=sharing
If any of you are interested in the Georgia Tech Solar Decathalon Team: Georgia Tech Solar Decathlon intends to compete in the Department of Energy’s biennial Solar Decathlon competition in 2017. Students and faculty from around the world work on finding the future of affordable, cutting-edge, sustainable houses on a highly interdisciplinary project in an exciting intersection of academic research and industry support. The current team is looking to get students, faculty, and student organizations to help in the proposal and development of our design. Solar Decathlon combines research, architecture, business, engineering, design, fundraising, and many more professional areas. If you know of anyone interested in joining the team, please contact Alex Poux (email@example.com), and forward this along to anyone else you think could help spread the word.