Meet the Eco-Reps

The Eco-Reps are enthusiastic student sustainability educators that focus on campus sustainability issues. Through Eco-Hall events, Eco-Boards, and monthly green campaigns, we hope to inspire our fellow students to live more sustainably. We are here to spark conversations and action about numerous topics such as recycling, energy and water use, and environmental justice. Some of our recent activities include Eco-Orientation for new students, forming the Roundtable for intra-campus dialogue on environmental work and organizing MHC’s War-of-the-Watts competition.

We operate under the umbrella of the Miller Worley Center for the Environment and also work closely with Dining Services, the Dean of Students, Residential Life, LITS, and the President’s Office. In collaboration with Facilities Management, Eco-Reps help students live green at MHC by providing students and staff with energy-efficient LED lightbulbs and recycling bins.

Please contact the Eco-Reps with questions or suggestions. 

Mount Holyoke student, Kathy Hu
“Here we strive to promote a series of small steps in increasing environmental literacy in the Mount Holyoke Community to achieve our sustainable future.”
Photo of Rebecca Parker ’21
“By teaching and encouraging others, we can broaden the environmental movement to become more diverse and inclusive towards all people.”
Kaila Goldstein ’22
“Together we can build a culture where a deep understanding of the interconnectedness of our lives drives our actions for justice and sustainability.”
“Our unique community has the opportunity to change how we think and how we act on environmental issues on and around our campus.”