Sustainability in Science: My Green Lab
April 5 @ 15:30 – 16:30 CEST
Market Development Representative, My Green Lab
Researchers in all stages of their career are welcome to attend and could find the talk useful. Kindly feel free to extend the invitation to your home universities.
My Green Lab is an internationally recognised non-profit organisation run by scientists aimed at introducing sustainable laboratory practices across the globe. We can find out more about My Green Lab’s mission, the highly successful ‘Ambassador programme’ and other resources available from Cristalle Ruiz, Market Development Representative of My Green Lab. The talk is intended to provide valuable insight into sustainability in science and the steps that could be implemented in our labs.
Cristalle Ruiz is the Market Development Representative for My Green Lab, the leading global nonprofit supporting laboratory sustainability. Her role is to bring awareness to the benefits of sustainable practices across laboratories and manufacturers of laboratory products through My Green Lab’s market-leading programs. In her previous position, Cristalle advocated for implementing renewable energy in the United States. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Business and Economics from Rutgers University. She will discuss and provide resources to build a culture of sustainability in the science industry.
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