Not only do eco-friendly efforts help the environment, they often help the University’s bottom line, too. Here are a few examples of recent changes on campus
Achieving a sustainable campus takes effort from the whole community. Faculty, staff and students across campus are currently engaged in sustainability efforts. Share how you’re making a difference by emailing email@example.com. Here are just a few examples.
There are many easy ways to make a difference. Consider these options to help make our campus more sustainable.
St. Kate’s has a sustainability coordinator. It’s a new position in 2019, and is currently held by Autumn Reynolds-Lillibridge ’19. Autumn is majoring in environmental studies with a double minor in promotional communications and philosophy.
What started last year as an awareness campaign about garbage consumption on campus has evolved into shared momentum of opportunities to encourage a more mindful embrace of wholistic sustainable living led by the Student Senate’s sustainability committee.
A lesson in sustainable product and resource efficiency, brought to you by your nearby St. Kate’s restroom.