- Planning, Policy & Assessment
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
Bookmark this site and use it to connect to others!
Don’t miss the Green Transportation Summit & Expo, happening April 21st and 22nd at the Portland Expo Center. As the Northwest’s largest alternative fuels and transportation event, this expo focuses on both local and regional issues and trends. The Expo offers private and public fleet operators several education tracks from industry experts and government agencies. Attendees will […]Read full story.
“What if our journeys truly begin when we do not know where we are going?” – Bayo Akomolafe As I approach graduation, without much of a plan as to what I’ll do after that, I exude enthusiasm for my future – even though it’s unknown. That may be terrifying for some, but I’m PUMPED. When […]Read full story.
It’s time again for the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition‘s annual event, the Sustainability Fair and Town hall! This year, the event will be taking place Thursday, March 12th at the CH2MHill Alumni Center (725 SW 26th Street) on OSU campus. Starting at 5 pm, you’ll be able to visit more than 50 hands-on exhibits that represent various […]Read full story.
Ecologue Post: Economics of Happiness, a Reflection Lauren Armony I spent the weekend of February 27th through March 1st at the Economics of Happiness Conference, in gratitude to receiving a professional development grant through the OSU Student Sustainability Initiative. The conference fruited in the Eliot Center of the Unitarian Universalist Church in Southwest Portland, Oregon. […]
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WasteHacks [wāst-haks] pl. noun – any trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method that reduces waste in all walks of life. This term, Campus Recycling and the Waste Watchers will share with you easy WasteHacks so you don’t waste time or materials. WasteHacks for Buying Used Prices have gone up noticeably for everyday items like clothing and […]Read full story.
It's become a tradition each year during Earth week to create a chalk mural in the MU Quad Paths to create a space for OSU communities to share…
A 5k fun run through Avery Park will be a fun way for people to engage in Earth week celebrations, get outdoors, enjoy nature, and foster sustainability…
An annual fair of 50+ groups from on- and off-campus offering activities and environmental information. Learn about what's going on and how you can plug yourself in!…
This community fair will provide access and knowledge about fair trade items so students become more aware of what is in their food and the processes of…