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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.
What types of container lids are accepted in recycling bins on campus? Andrea breaks down which ones are recyclable, along with why and how, in this week’s Trash Talk video. This post is part of OSU Campus Recycling‘s Trash Talk series – where we answer your waste wonderings. More videos are available here on the […]
Oregon Climate will be hosting a Youth Lobby Day for Carbon Pricing on February 11th in Salem. Their student Fellows are spearheading the event and reaching out to other students/youth to join them in the Capitol. The lobby day has a few goals: To teach youth the basics about civic engagement and lobbying To teach […]
How should cardboard boxes that contain other materials be recycled on campus? Kyle breaks it down step-by-step in this week’s Trash Talk video. This post is part of OSU Campus Recycling‘s Trash Talk series – where we answer your waste wonderings. More videos are available here on the Ecologue and on YouTube.
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Do you want to learn to eat healthy on a budget AND meet a New York Times Bestselling Author? Well, look no further! On Friday, February 26th, Leanne Brown, author of“Good and Cheap: Eat well on $4/Day” will be visiting to talk about her book and give cooking demonstrations (which include free samples of […]
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