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Thank you for your interest in sustainability at OSU! Sustainability at OSU is a collaborative effort between multiple organizations, due to the multifaceted nature of sustainability and the breadth of sustainability related subject matter covered at OSU.
The three organizations listed below play a leadership role in integrating sustainability into OSU's mission and operations. Although each has a different emphasis area, the Sustainability Office, Campus Recycling and the Student Sustainability Initiative partner on programming throughout the year that reaches across all audiences.
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. We are also one of only two institutions with Land Grant, Sun Grant, Sea Grant AND Space Grant designations. All this adds up to a lot of positive recognition...
OSU's most extensive outreach tool provides an abundance of sustainability-related information for many audiences.
The EEC provides the Northwest with a laboratory to develop a knowledge base of new and common efficiency opportunities in a range of sectors, currently including industry, agriculture and commercial facilities. The center is built on student management with faculty mentorship and oversight.
The Spring Creek Project brings together the practical wisdom of the environmental sciences, the clarity of philosophical analysis, and the creative, expressive power of the written word, to find new ways to understand and re-imagine our relation to the natural world.
Corvallis' main network of organizations and individual volunteers aimed at engaging the community in sustainability efforts.
Corvallis consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in the United States. With strong sustainability programs, including bikeability, use of renewable energy and more, the City is partnering with OSU to reduce community carbon emissions and improve livability.
A local group educating and assisting people in the areas of local food security, environmental education, and energy conservation. They also manage Energize Corvallis, a program dedicated to helping Corvallis become one of the most energy-efficient, climate-friendly communities in the United States.
The 2040 Thriving Communities Initiative includes multiple aspects of sustainability in the County's Core Values that address long-term, complex issues.