Tag Archive for: sustainability
Patagonia consultant Elissa Loughman says quality products can be eco-friendly.
New officers say they will work on sustainability and communication this summer.
USC Hospitality plans to use only dairy made in California and to serve cage-free eggs.
Boosted by faculty-driven by research, engineering finds new ground at USC.
Despite the abundance of student environmental groups, many struggle financially.
The refrain that USC isn’t the most environmentally friendly campus has been beaten to death. Our facilities are not swathed in solar paneling and we don’t have wind turbines powering our dining hall kitchens. But there has been a respectable amount of progress in sustainability at USC in the last year. The Leadership in Energy […]
USC needs help from students in order to become a coal-free institution.
The installation of solar panels on buildings would help lower USC’s dependence on coal.
USC often gets flak for not being among the most environmentally-friendly institutions. But what people don’t seem to notice is the university’s capacity to effect environmental change in the realm students and faculty come from all over the world to benefit from in the first place — education. The Education and Environment Initiative, which pioneered […]
The UN wants Hollywood to make movies about sustainability, according to the Los Angeles Times.