“Earth Day Every Day” is a collaborative effort aimed at encouraging all entities on campus to focus on sustainability-related programming and share their efforts through a streamlined calendar. While this series was initially developed by Office of Sustainability, Graduate Student Senate, Zero Waste Initiative and International Student Union, all organizations […]Read more ›
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As Ohio University approaches its five-year anniversary of the development of the university’s first Sustainability Plan, a full revision process has begun. The university has recently announced that the public comment period for this revision has been extended a full year, with public comments being accepted until May 1, 2017. […]Read more ›
Among its current projects, the Office of Sustainability is currently accepting applications and nominations for its annual sustainability awards. Office of Sustainability is sponsoring close to $1,000 in sustainability awards at the Student Research and Creative Activity Expo in April. When students with sustainability-focused projects register through the online portal, […]Read more ›
This year, the Sustainability Studies theme is focusing on renewable energy programs and initiatives here at Ohio University, in the Athens community, and elsewhere. Fall semester, in collaboration with the PawPaw Festival, the theme hosted Lyle Estill, the co-founder of Piedmont Biofuels. He spoke at the PawPaw Festival and gave […]Read more ›
By Nicolette Anderson ’16 February is Food on Film month, and on Feb. 2, the Food Studies theme partnered with the Athena Cinema to kick off the first showing of the spring Food on Film series with Matt Wechsler’s Sustainable. Through the eyes of a passionate seventh-generation family farmer in […]Read more ›
The Common Experience Project on Sustainability unites Ohio University and the region through sustainability education with free screenings on Wednesdays from 7-9 p.m. at the Athena Cinema, 20 S. Court St. in Athens. Upcoming Screenings March 15—The Hand That Feeds Explores the sustainability of the restaurant food industry, battle for […]Read more ›
As part of 2016-17: The Year of Energy, the Sustainability Studies theme is hosting Paul Fenn, Founder & President of Local Power Inc., in a public lecture titled “America’s Community Power Revolution” on Thursday, March 23, from 4:30-6 p.m. in Baker Center Theater. An innovative leader in renewable energy, Fenn […]Read more ›