Alternate headline: The world’s getting warmer; so what?
“I really love the idea of being able to breathe in clean air,” Analeah Vaugn said. “I came today to hear what others have to say regarding our air and […]
Alternative headline: Go green on campus, get green in your wallet
Composting is a word not often heard around Weber State University. One group of students is trying to change that. Dr. Alice Mulder’s geography class is working on a semester-long […]
Though scientific studies and immense catalogs of data have been collected to support claims acknowledging climate change as a real and pressing danger to our environment, the validity of climate […]
For the very first time in recorded history, three category four and higher hurricanes have battered U.S. cities and coastlines in a single season. Hurricane Harvey dropped 50 inches of […]
Green thumbs, community members and students visited the opening day of Weber State University Davis Campus’s greenhouse and garden on June 14 to enjoy garden therapy and purchase fresh produce. […]
The first female president of Ireland, Mary Robinson, spoke about the dangers of global climate change and gender inequality during the eighth Annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit on March 17. Robinson […]
Red solo what? France’s new law bans plastic cups, plates and utensils in an effort to become the world leader in environmental solutions.
The first of July officially marked the beginning of the second annual Clear the Air Challenge. Weber State University’s sustainability office is challenging the university to go green this month […]