One day after Earth Day 2012, more discussion tonight about man's role in keeping the earth in balance.
These Wright State Lake Campus students were learning about sustainability. The presentation apparently was a real eye opener. Erin Dorsten a freshman at the campus was concerned that their own building wasn't as "green" as she thought.
Student John Holman says their family practices sustainability through organic gardening.
Celina architect David Sundersingh was the featured speaker at an event at the campus.
The goal was to get people excited about why sustainability is important to mankind's survival.
Sundersingh has been a sustainability professional for more than 30 years and he worked for the National Building Research Institute in India as a senior scientist for more than 20 years.