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What Can You Use Water For?

Post contributed by Matthew Preisser, Office of Sustainability Intern How would you describe the uses of water to someone? Your first thoughts might be of swimming to escape Alabama’s sweltering summer heat. Or perhaps having a water balloon fight as a child. Maybe it’s having a cool, refreshing drink after…
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October 3, 2017
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Cuba: The Great Sustainability Experiment

Post contributed by Kaitlin Robb, Office of Sustainability Intern When I decided to study abroad, I wanted to go somewhere unique. I’ve always dreamt of visiting Greece or Italy, mostly because of the food, but I knew I had one chance to study abroad and needed to choose wisely. When…
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October 4, 2016
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Auburn University Launches New Sustainability Map

Post contributed by Matthew Preisser, Office of Sustainability Intern Over the course of the past year, interns at the Office of Sustainability, in conjunction with the Office of Information Technology, worked to create a new interactive feature for the Auburn Map.  This addition to the map will allow viewers to see…
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August 29, 2016
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Bike Share Basics

Maybe you’ve noticed lately, all of the cool kids on campus can be spotted riding War Eagle Bicycles around campus. How can you be a cool kid that rides an orange and blue bike from class to class? Well, it’s pretty easy. First, you need to download the Social Bicycles…
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March 29, 2016
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Fed by Families

My grandad checking in on his Angus cattle. When I was about seven years old, my cousin and I wrote our names in the dirt one summer day while watching my grandad bale hay. Later that day when we asked if he had seen our masterpieces he smiled and said,…
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November 4, 2015