- WWU student, alumna awarded 'Best Cleantech Idea' in UW Business Plan Challenge
WWU student Joe Meyer was a member of a team that won "Best Cleantech Idea" and $2,500 in UW's Business Plan Challenge.
- Trash collection sites set up for students moving out of areas around WWU
WWU and the city are setting up collection stations in several neighborhoods around campus starting Monday, June 10.
- WWU, city plan neighborhood recycling effort June 10 to 14
8am-5pm at 5 neighborhoods.
- Power down during break to save energy
Please take the following actions to reduce WWU energy consumption.
- Local produce available on campus in June
Beginning June 20, Western Washington University students, faculty and staff can pay to have locally grown organic fruits and vegetables through the Viking Supported Agriculture Program.
- Aramark would support real food challenge
In the wake of the passage of the Real Food Campus Commitment in Western Washington University's Associated Students elections, Aramark said it will support the university if...
- Viking Supported Agriculture program open for sign-ups
WWU students, staff and faculty interested in participating in the 2013 VSA program can sign up now.
- Washington needs trained workers for new energy economy
Rapid changes in a wide range of energy industries will be key components for the growth of our state's economy for decades to come. What is missing from today's workforce are individuals who can think across disciplines...
- How green is Western? June 5 event to give answers
Presentation of Western's standing in the national Sustainability Tracking and Rating System (STARS).
- Green Energy Fee awards expo to be held May 30
The Green Energy Fee Awards Expo will take place at 4-5:30 p.m. on May 30 at AIC West Sky Bridge.
- New major pairs sustainability and business
A new business and sustainability major will be available at Western Washington University in the fall, combining business courses with environmental interests.
- Nominations open for Western Sustainability Awards
- Guest Column: Divestment is a course of action
We disagree with the implication that challenging the political stranglehold of the fossil fuel industry is less impactful than making modest reductions...
- Bike to School day returns to Whatcom County
The 16th annual Bike to Work and School Day is on May 17.
- Tuesday's accident sparks conversation about bike safety
Carol Berry, coordinator for Sustainable Transportation, said both motorists and bicyclists need to stay alert & watch out.