Not only can students get rid of the cache of grocery bags under their kitchen sinks, but their effort could help USU receive a new bench made from recycled materials.
Feb 10, 2014
Feb 4, 2014
More than 4,000 people rallied for government intervention against air pollution on Jan. 25 in the largest air quality demonstration in the state, The Salt Lake Tribune reported. Jordy Guth, a member of the USU Sustainability Council, was encouraged to see the rally and the awareness people ...Click here for more
Dec 9, 2013
New art on campus, a possible extended bus route, and upgrades to a greenhouse are all part of more than $4,000 in grant money awarded by Utah State University to create projects that reduce carbon emissions. The Clear the Air Carbon Offset Committee, a sub-committee of the USU Sustainability ...Click here for more
Nov 27, 2013
Signs were placed on projects throughout campus. Liz Kirkham, marketing intern in the Student Sustainability Office, said it’s a passive way to inform students of the fee, the use of the grants and the projects’ direct benefits.
Nov 22, 2013
Utah State University’s Aggie Blue Bikes (ABB) is gearing up to refurbish children’s bicycles for the Cache Valley Sub for Santa program. For the eighth consecutive year, ABB plans to donate time, resources and labor to provide completely refurbished bicycles to children of needy families.
Oct 24, 2013
This year’s Blue Goes Green grants will dedicate $20,000 to improving USU’s sustainability.
Oct 14, 2013
Utah State University students living on campus are competing this semester to see which residence hall can save the most energy.
Oct 10, 2013
Utah State University won first place in the college/university division of the National Bike Challenge and placed seventh overall out of more than 7,000 workplaces logging miles.
Sep 24, 2013
Uncommon Collective, a group that conducts community service through arts and music, was one of many groups that joined in a parade for alternative transportation at Utah State University on Monday afternoon.
Aug 13, 2013
Utah State University’s community cycling program got some good news earlier this summer season. The bike rental, repair and education hub will receive a major grant to update facilities and equipment.