Project Mottainai is an initiative aimed at educating students about sustainability and promoting environmentally consciousness among UF students. “Mottainai” is a Japanese word roughly translated to mean “what a waste.” We hold immense power over the environments we live in, and each of us has a responsibility to take care of this planet.


Project Mottainai

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    Mon. 02/22 - Conservation and Culture at 3PM

    Join us for an mini documentary screening and an open discussion on what sustainability means to us and how various Asian cultures practice it. https://ufl.zoom.us/j/92515832748

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    Mon. 03/08 - Virtual Cook-Along at 3PM RSVP REQ

    Registered attendees will be able to pick up ingredients on March 8th at the Field & Fork Pantry and join us virtually for a cook-along. We will be cooking a meatless dish and sharing even more delicious recipes! This event is part of UF’s Wellness Week! RSVP required https://ufl.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJModuuppz8tG9GF4TUX6NQMiPo_8yZpJok8

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    Mon. 03/22 - Sustainability Club Day at 3pm

    This event will be a meet & greet with members of the various sustainability-focused organizations on campus! Hop on to mingle with the clubs and learn about their missions. https://ufl.zoom.us/j/94261834107

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    Mon. 04/12 - Environmental Racism at 3pm

    Join us for an open discussion and take the time to unpack the intersections of racism, climate change, and ecological justice. https://ufl.zoom.us/j/91826306319


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