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    •       DU students  Megan Marshall  and Mariah Shell  founded the DU Earth Day Summit. 
    • Stu Galvis‐‐founder         of Boulder Green Proper>es               and cer>fied speaker for the  Climate Project–               opened the summit. 
    •             The summit was also carbon balanced through renewable energy provided by EarthEra. 100 percent of EarthEra’s funds go toward the construc=on of addi=onal wind and solar facili=es.       Above: DU Campus 
    •   Make Earth Day          everyday! 
    •   Colorado photographer John Fielder spoke on the rela6onship of ecology and economy, and encouraged poli6cal engagement alongside environmental advocacy. 
    • A discussion panel included Brianna Borin from Snooze AM  Eatery, Jonny 5 from Flobots, and Shannon Spurlock‐‐the  Community IniBaBves Coordinator for Denver Urban  Gardens. 
    •        The DU Earth Day Summit was zero‐waste: the food was composted and all the dishes and linens were reusable.  
    • The Summit gave a@endees a sustainable goodie‐bag, which  included a bandana printed with goals for DU NO IMPACT WEEK, which is only one iniKaKve as part of their month long  celebraKon of Earth month.