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The week-long festival includes keynote speaker, Leilani Munter, the world’s No. 1 Eco-Athlete.

March 15, 2013 (San Diego)--All next week, San Diego State University's Associated Students will host GreenFest, a week-long festival that educates the campus community about sustainability, while promoting school spirit. The keynote speaker, Leilani Munter,is  the world’s number one eco-athlete. For full schedule and details, please read more.


Monday, March 18

10 a.m., Bike Brunch, South End of Campanile Walkway

Students get a free breakfast for using alternative transportation

3 p.m., Boat Challenge, Aztec Aquaplex

Student teams build boats out of recyclable materials – the furthest floater wins

Tuesday, March 19

Noon, Sustain Your Roots Festival, Campanile Walkway

Cultural and sustainability awareness fair

1 p.m., Aztec Chef Competition, North End of Campanile Walkway

SDSU chefs face off at this event

7 p.m., Fashion & Music Awards, ENS Field

Student teams get fashionable using recyclable materials and promote sustainability via music videos

Wednesday, March 20

4 p.m., Keynote Speaker Leilani Munter, Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center

The world’s No. 1 eco-athlete speaks to students

Thursday, March 21

7 p.m., GreenFest Concert, Open Air Theatre

An SDSU student act opens for up-and-coming Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

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