University of the West Indies- UWI
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Student Energy at the University of the West Indies is a new club that aims to educate and empower our youth on energy topics in Trinidad and Tobago. While Trinidad and Tobago is a major exporter of petroleum and natural gas and is thereby an energy-based economy, our chapter will be an educational platform to educate our audience on the energy transition towards a sustainable energy future.
Student Energy at the University of the West Indies seeks to provide an inclusive educational setting for students of the University of the West Indies to explore topics on energy and the environment and contribute to projects that reinforce sustainable energy solutions while educating the public. We will accomplish our mission through a focus on action-oriented projects, educational platforms, networking, and skill-development workshops.
We held a movie fundraiser event! We provided snacks to viewers, while encouraging attendees to bring reusable cups and dishware to promote a zero-waste event.
We hosted a fundraising pancake bar in celebration of Valentine’s Day! The team offered pancakes, beverages, and encouraged students to bring reusable cutlery and dish-ware.
Running Dry: 100 Marathons in 100 Days
Mina Guli had set out to run 100 marathons in 100 days for the global water crisis but due to an injury, she is no longer able to complete this marathon on her own. The global community has since been …