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On Friday, March 5, the Syracuse Center of Excellence (SyracuseCoE) will host a presentation by Lisa Heinzerling, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Associate Administrator for the Office of Policy, Economics and Innovation.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has again recognized Syracuse University for its significant green power purchases.
Steffen will speak on “Worldchanging: A User’s Guide.”
In an effort to reduce paper waste on campus and in support of the University’s Climate Action Plan, Syracuse University has modified the protocol for the annual distribution of Verizon telephone directories to its on-campus departments.
Fetner Visiting Sustainability Leader Michael Russo to address sustainable concepts at two upcoming events
The Sustainable Enterprise Partnership (SEP) invites faculty, staff and Ph.D. students from SU and SUNY-ESF to two special events with the SEP’s inaugural Fetner Visiting Sustainability Leader, Michael V. Russo.
“Sustainability: What Does it Mean for My Business?” will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 24, from 6-8 p.m. at the South Side Innovation Center.
Jason Dedrick’s new study on the global wind energy industry hopes to provide factual research on policy issues such as clean energy jobs.
Sustainable Enterprise Partnership announces Michael Russo as inaugural Fetner Visiting Sustainability Leader
The Sustainable Enterprise Partnership has announced that Michael V. Russo, the Lundquist Professor of Sustainable Management in the Lundquist College of Business at the University of Oregon, will be the SEP’s inaugural Fetner Visiting Sustainability Leader.
Onondaga Citizens League Study Looks at ‘LEED® and Green Buildings: What are They and Why Should I Care?’
The Onondaga Citizens League will continue its 2009-2010 study on “What Does it Mean to be Green” with a discussion of green buildings on Monday, Jan. 25.