Local teachers learn about indigenous values for sustainability education

Prof. Phil Arnold, Religion, heads up curriculum development under an EPA grant.…

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Biologists look at Climate Change effects on grasses

An international research team is involved in long term study in England.

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Success in Spreading Sustainable Materials Management Practices

Students celebrate completion of Stewardship Program

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EarthFest!

Over 1000 people attended this year's EARTHFEST.

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Student Digital Sketchbooks: POWER ENERGY CLIMATE

Students contribute to crucial decisions which determine our energy future.

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FLINT: Water+Pipes+Lead

Congressman Dan Kildee speaks candidly about the drinking water crisis

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Apply for funding: Campus as Lab for Sustainability

Apply for funding: Campus as Lab for Sustainability

calslogo3xsSyracuse University seeks good ideas from students and faculty for projects that can advance the University’s goals for climate action and sustainability.

The initial call for proposals seeks a broad range of ideas. Individuals and groups of students or faculty may apply for as little as $500 or as much as $50,000. Proposals may address any of a range of sustainability issues in addition to energy use, such as environmental justice or solid waste reduction, as long as the proposal addresses the relationship between the project and climate disruption. All projects must also include outreach or educational activities that promote campus-wide awareness of sustainability issues. Detailed description of the project | Call for proposals (PDF) | Online Application Form | Link to SU News story about the program.

Canary Project opens major exhibit about water

Canary Project opens major exhibit about water

canaryproject2smSusannah Sayler and Ed Morris, both in the Transmedia Department in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, received this year’s Art/Act Award from the David Brower Center in Berkeley, CA. As part of the award, they have mounted a major exhibit called Water Gold Soil: American River.” Read a review of the exhibit here.

Bike Share program on a roll

Bike Share program on a roll

Orange bikes outside of Schine Student Center

Bright orange bikes are showing up all over campus and around town.

The new Bike Share program, sponsored by the Student Association in conjunction with several administrative units around campus, is so popular there is already demand for additional bikes. Read about the kickoff of the program here. | SU News video: “Bike-sharing Program Takes Off.”