UCSB student Natasha Weidner will be recognized for her “Best Event” at the 2010 Campus Progress National Conference, which will take place in Washington, D.C., on 7/6. Her event, “Our Planet, Our Problem: Approaches to a Climate Solution,” took place last April and was hosted by the UCSB Environmental Affairs Board and focused on discussing grassroots solutions to climate change. Weidner, a second-year student majoring in environmental science, is the sustainable foods chair of the UCSB Environmental Affairs Board, and represented the group at the UN Climate Conference in Copenhagen last year.
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