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Washington DC Dawn Monument

DC Sustainability Events: Week of February 12

February 11, 2018

Take a second to check out opportunities to engage with the sustainable community in D.C. through panels, discussion, and lectures: 

 

Guest speakers Elliot Diringer, Liane Schalatek, and moderator Dr. Michael Svoboda

Creating the Paris Path on Climate Change

February 01, 2018

Written by Dr. Michael Svoboda, Sustainability Collaborative Senior Fellow

Duke Energy renewables

Announcing the Third Round of the DER Innovation Fund Competition

November 02, 2017

The Sustainability Collaborative is happy to announce that the Duke Energy Renewables Innovation Fund competition is now open.

Farmer's Market, Jackson, Mississippi

DC Sustainability Events: Week of October 23

October 22, 2017

D.C. offers students, residents, and visitors the unique opportunity to engage and participate in sustainability related events in the District. 

Shauna Sadowski

Connecting the dots on biodiversity and agriculture

October 20, 2017

By Shauna Sadowski, Sustainability Collaborative Advisory Council Member

Meadow in the autumn.

DC Sustainability Events: Week of October 16

October 15, 2017

D.C. offers students, residents, and visitors the unique opportunity to engage and participate in sustainability related events in the District. 

Solar Handbook

New Handbook Helps Municipalities Catalyze Community Solar

October 13, 2017

Rooftop solar energy systems have brought clean, affordable power to many people in the United States. But, solar power is often beyond the reach of lower-income residents.

Dandelion in a meadow.

DC Sustainability Events: Week of October 9

October 09, 2017

The Sustainability Minor challenges students to venture out and explore the unique learning opportunities DC has to offer. 

 

Monday October 9, 2017

Washington School for Girls visit GW's greenhouse in SEH

Bringing the community together: one permeable surface at a time

October 03, 2017

Written by Christina Sivulka, Food Institute Student Fellow

hands,flower, sprouting plant

DC Sustainability Events: Week of September 26

September 25, 2017

The Sustainability Minor challenges students to venture out and explore the unique learning opportunities DC has to offer.

SEH greenhouse

SEH Greenhouse Supports Budding Research

September 21, 2017

By Kristen Mitchell 

From GW Today 

Print Double-Sided Campaign

The Student Association's Biggest Sustainability Initiative in History

September 21, 2017

On Monday, September 11th, 2017 the Student Association launched the Campaign to Save a Million, the biggest sustainability initiative in the history of the Student Association.

find, prairie, windmill, wind, environment, energy, wind turbine, green energy

DC Sustainability Events: Week of September 18

September 18, 2017

The Sustainability Minor challenges students to venture out the classroom and explore the unique learning opportunities DC has to offer.

Melting glacial landscape in the Rai-Iz Valley.

Into the Arctic

September 13, 2017

 

Landscape image of herd grazing in Taiwanese pasture.

D.C. Sustainability Events: Week of September 11

September 11, 2017

The Sustainability Minor challenges students to venture out the classroom and explore the unique learning opportunities DC has to offer.

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D.C. Sustainability Events: Week of September 3

September 06, 2017

The Sutainability Minor challenges students to venture out the classroom and explore the unique learning opportunites DC has to offer.

George Washington University

Sierra Club Recognizes GW for Sustainability Efforts

August 25, 2017

By Kristen Mitchell

From GW Today

Ricardo Salvador Lunch

Sustainability Student Luncheon Series

August 24, 2017

The Sustainability Collaborative with support from the Shenkman Career Services Fund, is proud to invite undergraduate, graduate students and alumni to the GW Sustainability Luncheon series for the

Student group

Sustainability Welcome Week

August 24, 2017

The Sustainability Open House is an opportunity for incoming freshmen and returning students to meet, engage, and learn more about GW’s sustainability community.

Rachel Klein, manager of Harlan Greenhouse at GW talks with Leyah Ellis (C) and Kendall McCard.

A Watershed Moment for D.C. School Girls

July 24, 2017

By B.L. Wilson

GW Today

Izzy Moody (left), a rising junior and co-manager of the GroW Garden, plants produce alongside rising junior Savita Potarazu.

Fresh Produce Thrives at GroW Garden

July 20, 2017

By Kristen Mitchell

GW Today

U.S. Capitol Building at night

How Capital Cities Promote Sustainability

July 17, 2017

By Robert Orttung

Maxon Hendriksen

Business Is Social for Coca-Cola Company

April 25, 2017

By B.L. Wilson

GW Today

Planet Forward

Good Storytelling Moves the Planet Forward

April 10, 2017

By Ruth Steinhardt

GW Today

Gary Black

Local Foods Are Here to Stay

April 07, 2017

By B.L. Wilson

GW Today