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September 08th 2017:Encore: When Cities and Schools Work Together Toward Zero Waste

Oceanside, CA is on the Road to Zero Waste with a goal is of reaching a 75-90% diversion/recycling rate by 2020. The Green Oceanside campaign was established to educate residents, businesses and visitors about how to be better stewards of the earth and to implement programs that protect and conserve natural resources. Through collaboration and partnerships between City departments, local businesses, community groups, schools and residents, the Green Oceanside campaign provides an avenue for the public to learn how to actively protect the environment through community involvement and engagement

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Colleen Foster

As the Zero Waste Manager for the City of Oceanside, Colleen Foster has been the backbone of developing and fostering the City of Oceanside's and OUSD Zero Waste efforts since 2011. She saw the value of the schools zero waste initiative and its direct benefit and interconnectedness to the City's sustainability goals through the home to school connection of Zero Waste education. She continues to advocate Zero Waste and work closely with the District as the Manager of the OUSD Zero Waste Initiative.
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Jenna Roripaugh

Jenna Roripaugh has been an Environmental specialist with the City of Oceanside for the past 4 years. As the program coordinator of the Oceanside School District’s Zero Waste Initiative, she has worked to implement the program in 11 of the 23 schools throughout OUSD. In addition she has worked with the OUSD District Administration to implement policy, procedure and purchasing changes to support Zero Waste at OUSD.
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Lisa Contreras

Lisa Contreras is the Director of Communication for the Oceanside Unified School District. She has been with the district for almost a year and is responsible for developing, coordinating and implementing internal and external communication programs. Ms. Contreras has been in the communications field for over 15 years.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1303/go-green-radio 17/11/2017 09:00 17/11/2017 10:00 Go Green Radio https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/1303/go-green-radio Oceanside, CA is on the Road to Zero Waste with a goal is of reaching a 75-90% diversion/recycling rate by 2020. The Green Oceanside campaign was established to educate residents, businesses and visitors about how to be better stewards of the earth and to implement programs that protect and conserve natural resources. Through collaboration and partnerships between City departments, local businesses, community groups, schools and residents, the Green Oceanside campaign provides an avenue for the public to learn how to actively protect the environment through community involvement and engagement. The Green Oceanside team strongly supports and encourages educational outreach for youth and believes this is ultimately the best way to reach Oceanside households. On today’s episode, we’ll speak with three Oceanside community leaders about the City of Oceanside's Zero Waste Schools Program and their goal to inspire students, staff, and parents to reduce their waste and recycle more. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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