Mike recommends reading The Ministry for the Future by Kim Stanley Robinson and shares the story behind his Daytona Tortugas ball cap.
adminJuly 15, 2021
Each spring semester small groups of students in the SUST 5000: Senior Capstone in Sustainability apply the principles and concepts of sustainability to a project that addresses sustainability at Auburn. This year Courtney Eagle, Laine Harrington, Evanthi Hettiaratchi, Andrew Holley, & Matthew Manning developed a sustainability map of campus. The…
adminMay 5, 2021
Presenting Chloe McMahon! Chloe, a Literature major, worked in our office her senior year. As our Program Coordinator, she oversaw the Peers Network and Battery Recycling Program, in addition to writing our Campus Changemakers blog posts which highlight people making a difference around campus.
We invite you to watch our webinar on the connections between climate change and population growth. Our guest Hannah Evans with Population Connection presents the ways in which population growth contributes to and is affected by climate change around the world. It includes several case studies which introduce the concepts…
adminApril 23, 2021
We invite you to view our 2020 Executive Summary of Sustainability at Auburn University. The 2020 Executive Summary gives a sense of the history of sustainability at Auburn University. While no means comprehensive, it shows our steady progress in integrating sustainability into our operations, outreach, administration, teaching, and research. The…
adminApril 20, 2021
Mike recommends reading All We Can Save by Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katharine Wilkinson and shares the story behind his Louisville Bats ball cap. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKkFx4qpEXo
adminMarch 31, 2021