They seem to be everywhere – flying in trees, floating down the street, clogging our streams, and cluttering our landfills. Only a generation ago they did not exist. They are single-use plastic bags.
Sustainable Lawrence in cooperation with the Office of Sustainability Coordination at Rider University is sponsoring an environmental movie Bag it! as part of their Green Film Series. Discussion will follow the movie.
Rider University – Sweigart Hall 115
Oct. 3 at 7 pm. [74 minutes]
2083 Lawrence Rd.
Lawrence Township, N.J.
Learn how one man, Jeb Berrier, changed his life forever by making the decision to stop using plastic bags and how we can follow his example.
“Think about it, why would you make something that you’re going to use for a few minutes out of a material that’s basically going to last forever, and you’re just to throw it away. What’s up with that?”~ Jeb Berrier
Jeb Berrier’s funny, touching, and informative movie “Bag it” is free.
If you need more information contact, Melissa Greenberg, Sustainability Coordination Manager at Rider
University at  896-5080 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can visit Sustainable Lawrence on line at www.sustainablelawrence.org and on Facebook.
Rider University is just South of I-95 on Rt. 206. There is plenty of free parking available. Anne Brossman Sweigarat Hall is number 25 on the Rider University Lawrenceville Campus map http://www.rider.edu/about-rider/maps.