Recycling, composting and bike-share programs were among the topics covered during a debate initiated by Sustainable Concordia representatives. Candidates for the position of VP sustainability with the CSU discussed their views and goals around sustainability on campus. Four of the five remaining slates sent candidates to speak. Cathy Lin, the Change candidate, wasn’t present. She said it was on account of a medical illness and the ASFA ball. Audrey Peek, who sits on the Sustainability Action Fund’s board of governors, is the VP university affairs candidate for Change. Earlier this year, Peek lobbied to have the SAF’s fee levy put to a referendum. The candidates who did make it to the debate admitted to knowing little about the ins and outs of sustainability programs on campus, but expressed an eagerness to learn and increase the programs’ visibility.