Mr. Cusack was the moderator of the first NJHEPS Food Waste Management Workshop, held at Princeton University on 27 February. This workshop brought together dining services and sustainability leaders from over thirty New Jersey colleges and universities to discuss how to recycle campus food wastes either on-site or off-site.
The Sustainability Committee of Atlantic Cape Community College invited Mr. Cusack to speak on the Business Case for Sustainability to the Committee at their meeting on the Atlantic Cape campus in Mays Landing, NJ on 24 February.
Mr. Cusack was invited by Mr. Tom Tenges, Executive Director of the Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (LVAIC) to be the Keynote Speaker for the first LVAIC Sustainability Conference held at DeSales University in Center Valley PA on 20 February. LVAIC is an association of 6 colleges, including Lehigh, Lafayette, Desales, Muhlenberg, Moravian and Cedar Crest. John’s topic was “the Business Case for Sustainability in Higher Education: Helping Your Campus Learn How to Be Successful in the 21st Century”. The conference was attended by over 200 senior college executives, faculty members, students and members of the Lehigh Valley community.
At the request of Dr. Shana Weber, Director of Sustainability at Princeton University and USEPA Region 2, John Cusack moderated a panel entitled “Tools, Incentives and Funding” at the College & University Clean Construction Workshop held at Princeton University in Princeton NJ on 2 February.
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