Calling All “Knowledge to Go Green” Champions

How GREEN are you? Have you worked to change the day-to-day work habits of your co-workers? What has your chapter or division done to embrace the SLA Knowledge to Go Green initiative this year?

We want to hear from you!

In recognition of Earth Day, SLA President Stephen Abram today announced that he is accepting nominations for a special Presidential Citation honoring SLA "Knowledge to Go Green" Champions. Recipients will be announced at the SLA Leadership Summit in January 2009 to mark the inaugural year of SLA's Knowledge to Go Green initiative.

Abram will accept nominations from individual SLA members as well as SLA Units (chapters, divisions, caucuses, committees and councils) that have implemented green policies, or made significant changes to the manner in which business is conducted, with an eye toward reducing the impact on the environment.

Read the press release from SLA HQ on the Green Champion Citation, and learn how to nominate yourself, a colleague, or your SLA unit for recognition!

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