Hurricanes mark a change in global climate

Mobile, Science & Tech

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 […]

Davis Campus garden sprouts from community appeal

Campus Community, Campus Events, Mobile, News, Sustainability

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. […]

Former Irish president talks human rights implications of climate change

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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 […]

WSU welcomes wells

News, Science & Tech

Construction on the Weber State University campus is nothing new to students. However, the construction currently taking place at the top of campus near Lind Lecture Hall and the Stewart […]

Recycling Shouldn’t be Limited to One Day

Science & Tech, Sustainability

There are over 30 days in a year dedicated to serving our planet. Over the weekend on Nov. 15 American’s got the chance to celebrate planet Earth by recycling on America Recycles […]