Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread is a week-long series of events exploring a broader definition of sustainability through novel perspectives such as food, culture, faith, and community. While “sustainability” is often thought of in scientific or policy terms, the concept has embedded values that offer the opportunity to build bridges across communities that might otherwise not consider themselves as part of a shared ethos. Co-sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service at Northeastern University, Breaking Bread invites the Northeastern University community to consider what sustainability means to them, and importantly, what it can mean.


Monday, April 12th

“The Path to Climate Justice” 
  12-1pm EDT

Tuesday, April 13th

American Society of Mechanical Engineers presents an Energy Panel with Form Energy & Lutron
11:45-1pm EDT

Common Cathedral Sandwich Making with CSDS (6-7pm EDT)

Wednesday, April 14th

“Why You Can’t Make Sustainable Buildings Without Building Science”  with John Straube, Ph.D., P.Eng.
6-7pm EDT


Thursday, April 15th

Sustainable Cooking with Sonali Howe from the Office of Global Services
12 -1pm EDT


Friday, April 16th

NU Mutual Aid Community Fridge Grand Opening
3pm EDT

Bibimbap Cooking Tutorial and Sustainability and Faith Dialogue with Harim Lee
6-7pm EDT



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