Join students, faculty and staff during the annual summer Bike to Work Day on June 26.
Now in its fifth year of programming, the CSU Todos Santos Center hosts dozens of workshops, events, courses, research projects, and programs reaching thousands of students, faculty, and local community members on an ongoing basis.
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.
The Colorado Water Center, the School of Global Environmental Sustainability and the Agricultural Experiment Station are announcing a request for proposals for 2019-20 for their first-ever Food-Water-Sustainability competitive grant program.
The Morgan Library is hosting the sessions that cover different aspects of sustainability; this semester, the topics are outdoor recreation and solar energy.
By exposing insects to carefully controlled conditions, researchers will measure their effects on plant production, nutrient cycling, and related plant physiology and traits.
The coal, oil and natural gas industries are also major contributors to human rights violations, public health disasters and environmental devastation.