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The Syracuse University community will have another opportunity to peek behind the scenes of the controversial bottled water industry.
Clean Communities of CNY, the local chapter of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Clean Cities Program, recently placed two Prius Plug-in Hybrid (PHV) vehicles with Syracuse University as part of Toyota Motor Sales, USA, Inc.’s U.S. plug-in demonstration program.
Florence Hudson, energy and environment executive with IBM Corp., will speak as part of The HUB 2010 Fall Speaker Series on Wednesday, Oct. 27.
‘Tapped’ documentary on bottled water to be shown on campus Oct. 10; includes reusable water bottle giveaway
The film “Tapped” will be shown on Sunday, Oct. 10, at 8 p.m. in room 201 of the Goldstein Student Center on Syracuse University’s South Campus.
Six teams of interior design students are working to transform a stark corner of Smith Hall’s basement into a comfortable and inviting green office for Syracuse University’s Sustainability Division.
SU’s “Lights Out” campaign is targeting wasteful electricity use throughout campus academic and administrative buildings.
Enitiative (the Syracuse Campus-Community Entrepreneurship Initiative) has awarded sustainability grants to six projects that connect campus and community through entrepreneurship.
University Lectures 2010-11 season begins Sept. 21 with award-winning green economic strategist Majora Carter
Majora Carter, green economic strategist, television and radio host and president of the Majora Carter Group, LLC, will kick off a spectacular 10th season of the University Lectures series on Tuesday, Sept. 21.
A new composting program is diverting several tons of food waste away from SU Food Services’ dumpsters each month and returning it back to its organic origins.
Syracuse University laboratories are keeping one of the most “eco-unfriendly” materials out of the waste stream. The labs recently stopped trashing polystyrene foam, better known as Styrofoam, and instead are now giving the non-biodegradable packaging material a second life through recycling.