Through this Sustainability Resource Library, the Sustainability Double Degree and Minor program aims to give faculty, students, and staff access to a variety of sustainability teaching and learning resources intended to facilitate the incorporation of sustainability concepts into the OSU curriculum. Resources are categorized as: Books, Research Articles, Best Practices, and Other Resources, which include UN documents, reports from meetings, sustainability assignments from professors, and any other miscellaneous resources.
The name of the OSU student/staff/faculty that suggested the resource is listed after all resources posted in the Sustainability Resource Library.
Any OSU community members may send their suggestions for sustainability resources to be added to the Sustainability Resource Library. To suggest a resource for the Library, or for any questions/comments regarding the Library as a whole, email Ann Scheerer at email@example.com.
Recent research by LEED Consulting firm, Above Green, reveals that Oregon is one of the top states for green living. The state scores exceptionally well in each category relating to energy use, waste management, green buildings, and sustainable building practices. Ranking #3 on the list, Oregon has respectfully held a great reputation for creating awareness […]
Much of the OSUsed Stores merchandise will be on sale at our Summer Clearance Sales on Tuesday, August 22nd between 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. and Friday, August 25th between 12:00 and 3:00 p.m. Specially marked items throughout the store will be 25, 50, or 75 percent off. About OSUsed Store Sales The OSUsed Store carries […]
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The OSU Libraries first Resident Scholar lecture for 2017-18 has been scheduled for Wednesday, August 16th at 2:00pm, to be held in the Willamette East seminar room on the 3rd floor of the Valley Library. Our speaker will be Leah Aronowsky, a doctoral candidate in the history of science at Harvard University. Her presentation is […]
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Are you interested in climate change policies and sustainability? Benton County is hiring a Climate Action Intern! This is a funded, part-time internship that will begin in September and run approximately through December. There is a lot of County momentum and initiatives addressing carbon reduction, resource efficiency, and climate adaptation. They are looking for a […]
Golden Conure. (Photo: David Ellis) Last week, Nick Houtman wrote an article about the correlation between forest habitat loss and the increased risk of wildlife extinction. Matthew Betts, a College of Forestry professor at Oregon State University, and Christopher Wolf, an OSU Ph.D student in forest ecosystems and statistics, were two of the eight co-authors […]
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