SMC — Santa Monica College’s Spring 2014 Environmental Issues Lecture Series — covering topics such as zero net energy homes and how to improve the food systems in the community — begins Tuesday, March 4, with “SMC and Sustainable Works Move Us Forward,” a chance to meet Genevieve Bertone and learn from the Sustainable Works professionals how to improve the quality of our living and working environments.
All lectures in the series are free and held at 6:30 p.m. in Room 263 of the Humanities & Social Science Building on SMC’s main campus, 1900 Pico Blvd. Seating is on a first-arrival basis.
The series — which has informed the community for more than 12 years — is sponsored by SMC’s Center for Environmental and Urban Studies (CEUS). The center is open to the public and features displays, a library and information center, video collection, native garden, and other services and activities related to environmental and urban studies. SMC has been offering courses in environmental and urban studies since fall 2001.
For the remaining line-up in the series visit www.smc.edu/ceus or call (310) 434-4743.