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Pepperdine student Christine Deng (left) learns from Laura Rosenthal, field manager for Energy Upgrade California, a program that promotes using as little energy as possible. Rosenthal says the little things like unplugging phone chargers and toasters can take the pressure off the grid. She suggested doing laundry before 4 p.m. as the peak energy use time is 4-9 p.m. (Photos by Suzy Demeter/22nd Century Media)
At the City of Malibu booth, Reza Bassiri (left) spins a trivia wheel and learns something from Shea Cunningham (right).The topic areas include: reduce, reuse, recycle, food waste and water conservation.
Doug Satre (left), director of strategic partnerships of Plant with Purpose speaks with Avery Davis Lamb about the organization’s work working with substantive farmers to help them meet their needs and contribute environmentally by planting trees.
Gary T representative for Farm Fresh to You promoting organic produce that is delivered to homes and businesses holds up his iPad with the vegetable and fruit items sourced from local farmers.
Pepperdine University’s Sustainability Fair taught residents about a sustainable way of living.
Staff Report
2:21 pm PDT April 12, 2019

Malibu residents gathered at the university to participate in one of Pepperdine’s annual Earth Day event, the Sustainability Fair, on April 10. Students, faculty, and staff came together to impart wisdom about the path to an environment friendly way of life.