Students for Zero WastePost-Landfill Action Network Conference
The 2nd Annual Students for Zero Waste Conference will be held October 9th-10th at the University of New Hampshire campus. Stay tuned for more updates as they develop!
Click here to visit the archived page for the 2014 Students for Zero Waste Conference, which drew over 160 students from 48 schools across the country!
Speakers and Leaders
Are you an expert on the waste crisis? Are you a trainer in skills for organizers and leaders? Do you have an innovative solution that you want to share? Are you ready to inspire others to action? Run a workshop or be a speaker!
Register for SZW 2015
PLAN Member Campus Students: $15
Non-Member Campus Students: $25
Have an idea?
Is there a topic that you have always wondered about? Need advice on a specific project? Working on certain skills? Let us know and we will do our best to include it for you!
The Student’s for Zero Waste Conference is a must-attend educational and networking event for student sustainability leaders. The plenary sessions topics and speakers address a wide variety of issues and solutions that everyone in this field needs to be aware of. The workshop sessions provide students with cutting edge organizing, leadership and sustainability practices. PLAN has created an excellent event that effectively furthers the zero-waste campus movement.Lia Colabello
Universities are the perfect environments in which to build a zero-waste movement– the infrastructure and momentum are already present and ripe for student leadership to take hold. This event helped to give motivated students the tools, ideas, strategies, and contacts to start making changes on campuses all over the country. A conference focused on the waste crisis specifically, rather than the environment in general, was long overdue, and PLAN knocked it out of the park.Audrey Kriva
The Zero Waste Conference has been the highlight of my school-year thus far! I emerged from the conference with lots of new information as well as a wealth of new contacts, connections, and job opportunities useful in the environmental field. The true highlight of the conference was the students. Fighting for the environment can sometimes feel like a lonely uphill battle. Seeing so many passionate students and professionals was motivating and inspiring to me to keep pushing for the conservation of our shared planet.Evan Zachary