Sustainability education expert to deliver the address at Nov. 3 symposium

November 1, 2006
Nationally renowned sustainability education expert Debra Rowe will be the featured speaker at a Syracuse University symposium titled “Creating the Triple Bottom Line: Healthier Planet, People, Economies” Friday, Nov. 3, from 10-11:30 a.m. in Room 304 of the Hildegarde and J. Myer Schine Student Center. Read More

2006 Syracuse Symposium on Environmental and Energy Systems to focus on designing with nature in an innovative, built environment

October 23, 2006
The Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems will host the 6th Annual Syracuse Symposium on Environmental and Energy Systems Oct. 30-31 at the Marx Hotel and Conference Center. The symposium is sponsored by Corning, O’Brien and Gere, Carrier Corp., and Syracuse University. Read More

Syracuse Center of Excellence, Syracuse University selected to host major international conference on healthy buildings in 2009

May 16, 2006
The conference will bring more than 1,200 attendees to Syracuse, have a major impact on the local economy. Nadia Boschi, president of the International Society for Indoor Air Quality (ISIAQ), announced on May 16 that the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems and Syracuse University have been selected to host Healthy Buildings 2009, a premier international conference held every three years. The conference in Syracuse is scheduled for Sept. 13-17, 2009, and is expected to bring more than 1,200 registered conference attendees and their spouses–many from around the globe–to Syracuse. Another 1,000 are expected to make day trips to Syracuse to participate in the conference. Read More

EPA recognizes Syracuse University as the top green power purchases among colleges and universities

February 13, 2006
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has recognized Syracuse University as its fourth-leading partner on the EPA list of Top 10 College and University Green Power Partners. SU is being recognized for its voluntary purchase of 22,000 megawatt-hours (MWh), or enough green power to cover 20 percent of its electricity needs. SU purchases this green power in the form of low-impact hydro and wind-generated electricity from Suez Energy Resources NA. Read More