SESF Approved Proposals

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By Year Approved:

2019-2020

Information pending from the ASG Environmental & Social Responsibility Rep/ ASG President.

02/10/2020

  • Fall Sustainability Series $9,289.00
  • Earth Week in Ireland $12,000
  • WOHESC Conference $3,015.52
  • Making Climate Change Visible Project $4,109.50
  • Plastics and Coral Research Project $6,000
  • BC Eats App (?)

2018-2019

06/07/2019

  • EvoEco Smart Waste Bins $14,377
  • 5 Air Runner Treadmills for the Gym
  • Arts Faculty Climate Justice Escape Room
  • Science Dept Aquarium Equipment replacement $5,500
  • Free Menstrual Hygiene Product Dispensers $700
  • Discussion only- EV Stations for SSC

04/03/2019

  • Power Reducion via Control Switches
  • Zimride Carpool Program
  • Earth Week

11/13/2018

  • Earth Week in Ireland $12,000
  • Climate VR Professional Mentorship * with contingency of a letter of approval $6,000
  • Blue Zone Costa Rica Scholarships $23,340
  • Plant Grant (tabled due to need to understand care procedures further)

09/26/2018

  • Plant Grant  (tabled)
  • Hopelink Transportation Assistiance 2019-2021 $26,620
  • Fall Sustainability Series $1,845
  • WOHESC Conference Sponsorship $2,500

2017-2018

8/14/2017

  • Fall Sustainability Social $730
  • Green Direct Program – ongoing expense for 2021-2031
  • Youth Rising Summit $4,000
  • Cupanion: Reusable cup program $3,750
  • Hydro power field trip: $240
  • Aquarium field trip: $240

11/17/2017

  • Model United Nations Sustainable Development conference $12,500
  • Rain barrels $672.95
  • Washington Oregon Higher Ed Sustainability Conference $8780

1/18/2018

  • Mt. Everest Biogas Sponsorship Project and Presentation $1000
  • Fair Trade Conference for $5,500
  • Valentines Event $70

3/16/2018

  • Bug eating booth $800
  • Mayan hands bracelet fundraiser $125
  • Vegetarian/ vegan diet promotion $150
  • Earth Week Bee Poster $50
  • Bicycle Rewards and Community for $100
  • Sustainable Menstrual Care Project for $450
  • Earth Week for $9,500
  • Water refill stations for $65,500
  • Ireland Social Justice study abroad scholarship for $7,000

4/9/2018

  • Community College Abroad in France for $3600
  • Apiary bee purchase for spring 2018 $673.17

5/14/2018

  • Bug eating documentary for $200
  • NW Philosophy Conference for $1,000

 

2016-2017

  • ASG BBQ Zero Waste ($1268)
  • Earth Week ($3232)
  • Walk for Water-Water Bottles (?)
  • Eco Bags ($180)
  • Sustainable Fashion Showcase ($150)
  • Bioswale, Apiary, and Student Garden Signage ($2100)
  • Student Garden and Bioswale Update ($2477.62)
  • WAHESC Registration and Travel ($7,325)
  • Feminine Product Drive
  • AASHE Baltimore Registration and Travel
  • Fall Sustainability Series ($2,000)
  • Zimride ($12,000)
  • WAHESC Co-sponsorship ($2,500)
  • Student Housing Raingarden ($300,000)
  • Hopelink Transportation ($24,200)

2015-2016

  • Bicycle Rental Program ($20,000)
  • Solar Umbrellas ($6,000)
  • Outreach Coordinator($5,500)
  • OHESC Registration and Travel ($3,280)
  • Sustainability Concentration Advising ($9,000)
  • Sustainable Club Fund ($5000)
  • Bioswale ($20,000)
  • Car Share: ($13,000.80)
  • Apiary ($31,500)
  • Beeswax Candle Making Workshop ($1000)
  • Earth Week ($2925)
  • Tree audit ($2,000)
  • Native plants on campus ($2,000)
  • Environmental Pilgrimage ($12,372)
  • ASG Zero Waste BBQ ($1,250)
  • Food and Garden Education ($600)
  • Compostable Coffee Cup Lids ($879.45)

2014-2015

  • Bicycle Maintenance Education: $1,350
  • Food and Garden Education: $600
  • Car Share: $13,000.80
  • Compostable Coffee Cup Lids (Food Services): $879.45
  • Teaching Squares: $600
  • Eco-Scholars: $25,912.70
  • R Building Solar ($71,661.07)
  • Social Business Forum ($600 pending BOD approval)
  • Sustainable Business Program Promotion ($16,752)
  • WAHESC Registration and Travel ($2,950.77)
  • Compost Expansion ($2,396.00)
  • Bike Lockers ($37,600.00)
  • WAHESC Co-host ($1,250.00)
  • Hopelink Transportation Assistance ($22,000)
  • Transportation Incentives ($33,125)
  • AASHE Conference Portland ($6500)

2012-2013

  • Compostable Coffee Cup Lids ($8,000)
  • ADA Garden Bed ($1,000)
  • Solar Panel for Soccer Field Score Board ($6,000)
  • Advocacy Internship ($11,083)
  • Sustainable Foods Internship($4,428)
  • Recycle/Waste Stations ($10,296)
  • Water Bottle Fill Station Retrofits ($5,800)
  • Dyson Air Blade Hand Dryers ($9,100)
  • Club Green Rewards ($2,150)
  • Advocacy Intern ($4,428)
  • Zero-Waste Intern ($2,214)
  • Sustainable Food Intern ($4,428)
  • Bike Repair Stations ($965)
  • Travel Options Advising – HopeLink Matching Grant ($20,000)
  • AASHE conference ($3,500)
  • Materials for Student Garden ($3,500)

2011-2012

  • STARS Assessment ($2,640)
  • Compostable materials ($17,000)
  • Native American Environmental Speaker ($2,021)
  • Compost bins ($1,261.73)
  • Waste Diversion ($20,586)
  • Bike racks ($2,760)
  • Strategic plan ($1,250)
  • AASHE conference ($5,274.84)
  • Electric vehicle chargers ($23,321)
  • Eco Office audit programs ($6,903)
  • LED holiday lights for student programs ($270)
  • Consumed gallery exhibit ($600)
  • Carpool matching intern ($2,460)
  • Composting volunteer incentives ($100)

 2010-2011

  • Recycling containers ($5,723)
  • Transportation survey ($600)
  • Student transportation forum ($700)
  • Revolving loan fund ($350,000, set aside for loans)
  • Sustainability program 2010-2011 ($144,000)
  • Energy check office Audits ($67)
  • Green print software ($21,275)
  • Composting/garbage/recycling receptacles ($6,940.50)
  • Sustainability curriculum manager ($16,500)
  • Childcare center environmental intern ($1,050)
  • ORCA passes and parking fee implementation ($144,000, loan)
  • Composting bins, materials and service in cafeteria ($28,600)
  • Sustainability program 2011-2012 ($89,546)
  • Student research project on environmental remediation ($4,233)
  • Materials for student garden ($6,620)

Last Updated June 23, 2020