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"Walking to Zero" Exhibition launch

Wednesday 28 June 2023, 11:00 - 12:00
Maurice Keyworth Foyer

Come and join us at 11am on Wednesday 28 June for the launch of the Walking to Zero Project Exhibition!

The exhibition will be available for ONE DAY ONLY, in the Maurice Keyworth Foyer between 10am and 5pm.

Join us for an audio-visual celebration of walking as personal freedom and a radical act in a world troubled by climate change.

Walking to Zero

A project led by Sally Chan and Student Sustainability Architect (SSA), Maureen Kewe.

One of the Student Sustainability Projects this year is designed to get students to reconnect to their landscapes through the 'To Walk Project'

The 'To Walk Project' is the brainchild of Steve Hoffman, a product designer, and educator with thirty years of experience in 3D design, photography, and graphics.

According to Sally:

walking is the most sustainable means of getting from A to B with many health benefits... However, many students dread walking seeing this as the only option available. Maybe it is raining or it is too cold, or they are lonely, or engaged in distracted walks with devices in hand. We felt it was important to change the students’ mindsets so that walking becomes a pleasant reflective activity. It made perfect sense for us to collaborate with Steve to get students to think differently about their daily commute to campus