A global celebration of Earth Day
Although Colorado State University embraces sustainability 365 days a year, Earth Week brings a fun and interactive celebration of all things eco-friendly.
Colorado State University has a long history of sustainability commitment, dating back to its foundation as a land-grant institution.
Colorado State University installed its first array of photovoltaic solar panels a decade ago, on the roof of the Engineering Building.
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.
Long after the rains stop, floodwaters continue to impact soil’s physical, chemical and biological properties that all plants rely on for proper growth.
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.
About a dozen students gathered outside the Durrell Center for a "hiving," placing honey bees in three newly built hives.
If you notice this spring that campus is buzzing more than usual, that’s likely because of a new commitment to being mindful of bees and other pollinators, their habitat and nutritional needs, and how the campus can play a role.