The H.E.A.T. mission is to inform, inspire, and ignite people to recognize the needs in our community and to “clean up the world we live in” according to Zachary Berry, Humanitarian & Environmental Action Team President. The H.E.A.T. club leads the garden on campus, informs members about environmental issues, and is involved with projects in the community such as peaceful protests and campouts. This team meets every other Friday at the Environmental Technology Center at 10:00 AM and is led by Yvonne Reineke, Professor of Humanities and Lit/ H.E.A.T. co-supervisor, and Thomas Tuoti ETC coordinator/ H.E.A.T. co-supervisor. At club meetings, members discuss environmental needs within the Chandler area, maintain the garden, or research ways to better protect the world. H.E.A.T. encourages everyone to take action towards preserving the enivornment, and as a result, protecting people. For more information on how H.E.A.T. makes a positive impact in the community, contact Zachary Berry at firstname.lastname@example.org or attend a H.E.A.T. club meeting.