The Environmental Caucus aims to raise awareness of current environmental issues, policies, and regulations on the local, state and national level. This caucus engages in activities that educate our members on issues and participates actively in improving our environment. The Environmental Caucus works on projects including signing petitions for issues that require public input, working on clean-ups, educating the local community on their environment and issues impacting it, and visiting natural spaces.
We also work to promote sustainability efforts on campus and in the local community. We work with other environmental organizations to increase our involvement and impact at UF and in the greater Gainesville area.
2014-2015 Caucus Chairs
Marguerite Mills is a sophomore Psychology and Criminology double major. She is very excited to be the co-environmental caucus chair and enjoys visiting local sights and parks. She enjoys travelling but loves to be able to call Gainesville home.
Bryan Boggiano is a first year environmental science major. Bryan is passionate about environmental issues and a vast range of civil rights issues. He hopes to spread awareness on issues such as sustainable land use, resource conservation, and ecosystem preservation and restoration. He is very excited to be co-chair of The Environmental Caucus, and will work hard to promote the cause.
To find out more about the UF College Democrats Environmental Caucus, visit our Facebook page.
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