AASHE 2014 is taking place October 26-29 in Portland, Ore. and will draw together a diverse group of campus representatives including faculty, sustainability officers, presidents and students in one of the most innovative sustainable cities in North America…
Help us plan to make this year great! This is the 15th annual Earth Week at Bellevue College and the theme for this milestone is “Creating Ecotopia”…
As part of the “Philosophy Talks” series, the Philosophy department and Office of Sustainability will present a talk about DIY bike/bus activism.
Ready for Earth Week 2014? Get a sneak peek into this years Earth Week and let us help you get started!
Student Scholarships are now available for the WSRA’s Annual Conference and Trade Show which is held at the Hilton in downtown Vancouver, WA and draws over 300 recycling and waste prevention industry professionals from around the country.
Environmental justice and sustainability are inextricably connected. True sustainability can only be achieved when all communities have healthy air, water, food, green space, and security, and when all people have meaningful involvement in the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies. Hosted by the Seattle University Center for Environmental Justice and Sustainability, […]
We will have student volunteers in the cafeteria and C-building café who will be standing by the waste bins to help you sort your waste accurately. Feel free to pick their brains about which products are compostable and different locations you can compost on campus; after all, each volunteer is specially trained to become a composing extraordinaire!
Meets on three Thursdays, 1/16, 1/30, and 2/13 from 12:30pm-1:30pm
Sponsored by the Office of Sustainability and the Faculty Commons and facilitated by Lisa Harris.
In February, Bellevue College Sustainability will co-host and send eighteen students to the Washington State Higher Education Sustainability Conference (WAHESC) held at Western Washington University. If students applicants are accepted, the conference registration fee, transportation, hotel room, and meals will be paid for by the Student Environmental Sustainability Fund (SESF).