How Do We Find the Best Solutions for Climate Change Both Locally and Globally, and What Challenges Persist?
There are many conflicting perspectives on the best ways to address climate change in the United States as well as some media sources that attempt to depreciate its harmful effects. This article attempts to provide some clarity on how climate change should be addressed and the importance of global participation for the United States
The annual Earth Day Fair, hosted by Sustainable GW, featured fun and educational opportunities to promote sustainable lifestyles.
At the recent Planet Forward Summit at The George Washington University, Planet Forward brought together experts and more than 250 students from 40 colleges and universities around the world to to learn, share, network, and commit to telling stories with impact that can move the planet forward.
The Office of Sustainability teamed up with student organizations Monday to host an Earth Day fair in Kogan Plaza.
Tara Scully, the director of the sustainability minor and the co-director of student sustainability initiatives, said the living and learning community will provide a space on the Vern for students to practice sustainable living together.
Who’s Leading the Transition to 100% Renewable Energy on Campus? A report by Environment America.
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Thursday, April 4, 2019
January was full of excitement for the Living Threads Co. team and our partners! Our partner artisan from Guatemala, Ana Mesia, and founder of La Puerta Abierta, Amanda Flayer, joined us for a series of events in partnership with both The National Museum for Women in the Arts and Sustainable GW at The George Washington University.
George Washington University made significant progress toward its sustainability goals during fiscal year 2017, a new report from Sustainable GW states, especially in waste dive
A senior is localizing a national campaign to promote the use of tap water and encourage sustainable practices on campus.
A recent audit of GW’s recycling showed that food scraps are the most prevalent trash incorrectly placed in recycling bins.
GW’s sustainability office is one of nine universities and organizations that crafted a set of guidelines this summer about cutting carbon use at colleges and universities.