Biodiversity conservation present during Homecoming celebration

Kids playing with animal figurines at CBO table during outdoors eventASU Center for Biodiversity Outcomes (CBO) students and staff facilitated a series of biodiversity conversation activities during the 2016 ASU Homecoming celebration on Saturday, October 22, engaging close to 100 visitors of all ages. Through fun and interactive games, the CBO crew shared facts on sustainable palm oil production and our dependency on rain-forests for food, medicine and shelter. Visitors also learned easy tips to become better informed consumers with capacity to positively impact food production for the benefit of all species. Future ASU undergrad and graduate students also had the opportunity to learn about sustainability and life sciences programs available to them, as well as opportunities to collaborate with CBO partner organizations.