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Welcome to OSU's sustainability website! Oregon State University has demonstrated sustainability leadership for decades, through natural resources programming, climate change research, experiential learning opportunities and multiple connections with communities across the State of Oregon and beyond. Explore further why OSU is a leader in sustainability...
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OSU has been following significant changes occurring to recycling markets that impact what materials are acceptable for placing in recycling bins on campus. Campus Recycling has recently updated the acceptables list in accordance with our local recycling processors’ requirements.
Due to his background in both the logging industry and environmentalism, David Paul Bayles brings a unique dual perspective to forest photography. David is currently debuting thirteen new works from the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest at the Pop-Up Gallery across the street from the 2nd Street Beanery in downtown Corvallis.
The gallery will be open from 1pm to 6pm every Saturday between now and August 11 and also during the Corvallis Arts Walk from 4pm to 7pm on Thursday, July 19. Don't miss out on these beautiful photographs and their stories!
In March, 2018, OSU received its seventh Gold designation in the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System, making it one of a small handful of colleges and universities to reach that milestone. STARS provides a complete set of sustainability assessment data for university curriculum, research, operations and outreach.
"World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice" warns that environmental trends in categories such as marine fisheries, population growth, deforestation, wildlife abundance and climate change raise the likelihood of "widespread misery and catastrophic biodiversity loss" in the future. According to data collected by Altmetric, the paper was ranked No. 6 out of more than 9 million publications tracked by the company since it began monitoring in 2011.
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Official results are in: OSU residents donated over 32,000 pounds 16 tons during this years Great Move-Out Donation Drive! This includes an estimated: 14,889 pounds of housewares 4,563 pounds of food, toiletries, and school supplies 10,861 pounds of clothing, linens, and shoes 2,000 pounds of loft kit wood Thats a total of 32,313 […]
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Oregon State’s Solar Trailer, which is outfitted with an 1800-watt solar array and 25 kilowatt-hours of battery storage, spends its days traveling around OSU and the community powering local events. This past weekend (July 14th and 15th), the Solar Trailer got to hang out at one of its favorite events, the Oregon Country Fair. It […]
On Wednesday, New York City became the first city in the world to report its progress on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2015, 193 countries agreed to 17 Sustainable Development Goals created by the UN; the SDGs are broad sustainability goals that encompass topics like environmental justice, poverty, and inequality and successful […]
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David Paul Bayles is a documentary and contemporary art photographer who shares his unique perspective on environmental issues via his surreal photographs. When David realized that he wanted to become a photographer, he was living in the suburbs of Los Angeles during the early seventies. His photography school of choice was expensive, so he he […]