princeton sustainability leader

Dr. Paul P. Gauthier, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Geosciences 

How do you define sustainability?

I define Sustainability as the way to avoid the depletion of natural resources in order to sustain human life in balance with nature for an extended period of time. In other words, being sustainable means being aware that human activity has an impact on the environment and finding all possible solutions to limit this impact. 

How is sustainability a part of your research and why?

Hannah Waxman '19 and Elizabeth Haile '19 are the two lead student coordinators of the 2017 Princeton University Farmers' Market

Major:

Hannah: History with Concentration in French 

Liz: Operations Research and Financial Engineering

How do you define sustainability?

Major: WWS (and ENV and URB certificates)

GreenLeader group affiliation and/or sustainability initiative: Greening Dining, Princeton University Farmer’s MarketPrinceton Studies Food, Princeton Vertical Farming Project

Major: Anthropology

Professional role and organization: Project 55 Fellow and Charles Evans Future Conservation Leader at D&R Greenway Land Trust

How do you define sustainability?

What is your role and how long have you been at the University?

I am a Senior Maintenance Mechanic in Special Facilities, Grounds and Building Maintenance for the multi-trade shop serving the Engineering neighborhood on campus. For the past 15 years, I worked in a similar role in the life sciences buildings but recently transferred as part of a departmental initiative to bring new innovative and sustainable practices to the E-Quad shop.  

How do you define sustainability?

Isaac Lederman '15 Isaac Lederman '15 at the People's Climate March
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