Did You Know You Can Report Tobacco Use on Campus - Earth Day Celebration, Apr. 19
Cigarette butts are the No. 1 type of litter picked up during beach cleanups and a leading cause of wildfires. Discarded butts enter waterways and ignite fires in brush. E-cigarettes emit toxic chemicals and produce waste, which although are at lower levels than cigarettes, are negative for the environment.
Help reduce the negative impact of tobacco on our campus by reporting tobacco use when you see it. It's quick and easy to do at www.csusm.edu/smokefree or you can click the link: https://csusm.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_802MlXzN07CGSoZ
Join us on Thursday, Apr. 19 from 11:30 to 1 p.m. at the USU Plaza for free cupcakes, games and prizes to support our Smoke and Tobacco Free Campus in honor of Earth Day 2018.
For questions, contact Dr. Kim Pulvers firstname.lastname@example.org