Colorado State University has a long history of sustainability commitment, dating back to its foundation as a land-grant institution.
Author Archives: Sylvia Cranmer
Earth Week at CSU offers an eclectic array of events and activities designed to engage those who bleed environmental green, as well as those who tend to look the other way at the sight of a compost pile.
The Foundry houses a private dining area, the Pawnee Grassland Dining Room, which can be reserved for special events and larger groups wanting to connect over a meal.
Living in the residence halls on campus is a significant milestone in a student’s collegiate experience. However, it isn’t just for first-year students.
University Housing creates a more seamless experience between the residence halls and apartments on campus.
Building community among resident students, as well as being able to assist those who are new to campus, keeps an RA’s job interesting.
A great team effort by many CSU and local nonprofit volunteers helped continue the CSU sustainability tradition of keeping leftover student items out of the landfill during residence hall move-out.
On average, ENERGY STAR certified buildings and plants use 35 percent less energy, cause 35 percent fewer greenhouse gas emissions, and are less expensive to operate than their peers — all without sacrifices in performance or comfort.
Eco Leader has collected 10 banners and around 500 bike tubes from across campus and transformed them into products that can then be given back to the community.