An Invitation to Participate in “The Challenge of Living Sustainably”

Defining what “living sustainably” means can be a daunting task. Acting on the definition can be even more daunting. But daunting or not, sustainability is a topic we all need to face, consider, and address.


At Wagner Zaun Architecture, we have a long history of considering the idea of living sustainably in our work (and in our own lives). This year, we’re furthering our involvement in the topic by supporting the Alworth Center for Peace and Justice 2017-2018 Lecture Series at the College of St. Scholastica. The theme of this season’s lecture series is “The Challenge of Living Sustainably.”

The concept of “living sustainably” is complex and can be controversial. One of the best ways to dive into the complexity is to engage in thoughtful, critical discussion of the issues.
The first lecture will be Thursday, September 28 at 7:30 pm. Journalist Andrew Revkin will set the stage with his expansive expertise about the climate, energy, and humanity.


You can read more about the series here:
We hope you’ll come to all the lectures, and join us in learning, lively discussion and stimulating interaction. 

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