Sustainability

Sustainability

Students tend to hydroponically grown plants.
Jan 03, 2023
Students demonstrate interest in taking initiative on environmental issues and expect their colleges will do the same—but could use more knowledge on what matters most.

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January 3, 2023
Students demonstrate interest in taking initiative on environmental issues and expect their colleges will do the same—but could use more knowledge on what matters most.
December 2, 2022
Stanford’s new Doerr School of Sustainability is under fire for accepting money from fossil fuel companies, igniting a debate about the influence of the industry on climate research.
December 1, 2022
We’re in a climate emergency, and it’s time for universities to take action, Sheldon Pollock and Jacqueline Goodman write.
October 19, 2022
Universities should ban fossil fuel industry funding for research on climate change and energy, Jake Lowe and Connor Chung write.
September 14, 2022
Core Education Services will help small and midsize colleges with such challenges as employee recruitment, enrollment and technology modernization, among other things.
October 25, 2021
Experts say crediting students for their climate advocacy is wise. But institutions tend to minimize the role campus activists may have played in helping them decide to divest from fossil fuels.
May 5, 2021
Colleges have made progress on building climate sustainability. Now they’re looking to build climate resilience.
April 21, 2021
President Biden has requested money to help tribal colleges transition to renewable energy. While tribal colleges have the will and drive to invest in sustainable infrastructure, there are likely to be some challenges along the way.
October 1, 2020
The university conducts a review of how its teaching, research and practices are aligned with United Nations-adopted sustainable development goals.
April 18, 2013
After winning over boards of some small colleges, movement to divest endowments from fossil fuel companies gains momentum. But while pressure is likely to increase, wealthy institutions worry about financial cost.

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