- Planning, Policy & Assessment
- What's New
Welcome to Oregon State University's sustainability website! This site is an interdepartmental effort to:
- Provide information on how OSU is practicing and promoting sustainability on campus
- Serve as a "hub" to connect and enhance the visibility of existing OSU resources
- Increase awareness for a more environmentally sensitive, socially equitable, and economically stable culture.
That’s right – most classes may be out, but the OSUsed Store remains open throughout the summer during our standard store hours: Public Sale Hours The store is open to all shoppers on: Tuesdays 5:30-7:30 pm Fridays 12:00-3:00 pm Learn more about public sales. Dept./Government/Nonprofit Hours Employees may shop for their OSU departments, government agencies […]
Here is another edition of our Alumni Profiles Project. What has Dustin been up to since graduating? Meet Dustin Quandt, a 2011 Oregon StateAlumni in Environmental Science. He was the very first student worker for the OSU Sustainability Office and worked as the Energy Audit Student worker. During his time at OSU:Dustin was an Energy […]
Orange Media Network received a Project Grant from the Student Sustainability Initiative (SSI) in 2015-16 to purchase two cargo trikes to deliver The Daily Barometer in a more sustainable way. Orange Media has been and will continue utilizing cargo trikes for distribution in order to demonstrate our integrity and commitment to sustainability in line with […]
Thank you Olivia Fidler and Holly Robinson for the update on our water filtration stations and Fresh from the Faucet organization. Fresh From the Faucet (FFtF) is a student-led initiative on the OSU main campus focusing on increasing the use of reusable water bottles, consumption of tap water, and decreasing the use of bottled water […]
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The #BeavsRecycle campaign is a movement that celebrates the high rates and long history of recycling at OSU. The campaign kicked off this last year on America Recycles Day, November 15, and was headed by the coordinators of the Waste Watchers, as well as two Waste Watcher volunteers. We spoke with the volunteers to see […]