Greetings Bellevue College Community, As I prepare for my last day at Bellevue College, May 9th, I want to thank you for the opportunity to work with you in building a more sustainable college, campus, and community. Together, as students, faculty and staff, we have accomplished great deal in the last few years. We reduced …more about Director’s Farewell
According to some, English Ivy is a problem and Bellevue College has it growing on campus. Do we really have a problem or not with English Ivy?
Say Hello to our new Bellevue College SkySpark building dashboard for real-time electricity, gas consumption or weather information!
The Sustainable Business Program is preparing students to understand, communicate, implement, and analyze sustainable practices in a business environment. Find out this month’s highlights…
Sustainability at Bellevue College appreciates our new contributors like Garden News and Computer Surplus but we would also like to find the other ways in which sustainability is touching our campus.
Take a walking tour of Sustainability at Bellevue College and see the ways we are working to make our campus a more environmentally-focused community!
Bellevue College has made substantial progress on our 2010 Climate Action Plan and sustainability more broadly through Energy, Transportation, Waste and Education.
Each year, Bellevue College’s Office of Sustainability provides Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reports to the campus community. For the fiscal year 2012-2013, Bellevue College’s net emissions were an important step towards achieving climate neutrality.
Want to know what what is new for the Bellevue College Garden including the Winter Quarter Seminars with topics like: Garden Planning and the Real Dirt on Dirt, Micro-greens and Massive Nutrition and more!
On December 11th, King County Metro held an open house at Bellevue City Hall to discuss proposed service cuts related to a funding shortfall. The meeting allowed the opportunity for one-on-one dialogue with the Metro transit planners that assess data and make key decisions on where routes go and how often. The Associated Student Government …more about Out In Force at Metro Open House