Buildings

NWF Campus Ecology Staff Tour New Green Building at Germanna Community College

National Wildlife Federation Campus Ecology staff, Jen Fournelle and Kristy Jones, toured Germanna Community College’s new green academic facility, still under construction, in early November. The new building located at …

Students Refusing Coal-Funded and Coal-Powered Buildings

At the University of Kentucky, students are fighting back against Alliance Coal's sponsorship of a new dorm for basketball players. MSNBC reports that the $7 million dorm will be called …

New Site Tailors Green Building Resources to Higher Education

If you have anything to do with the buildings on your campus, Second Nature's latest offering, Campus Green Builder, is the website for you. The site promises to act as …

Reporting from the 3rd Annual Butte College Sustainability Conference, Second Day

Day two of the Butte annual sustainability conference opened with a special keynote featuring Ken Grossman, Owner and President of Sierra Nevada Brewing Company – a very popular company with …

How Campus Climate Leaders Will Help Revive Regional Economies

Can an Ever-growing Campus Be Sustainable?

Living Buildings

Stony Brook Southampton Combines Curriculum with Sustainable Operations

Students at Stony Brook University’s new Southampton campus will help determine building design, campus energy decisions, cafeteria fodder and waste systems, as well as their own coursework, as part of …

LAT Covers Green Building at Universities

  |   July 7, 2008

Here’s another trend-skimming piece for you: this Los Angeles Times article highlights more than a dozen schools building green. If you already know a lot about LEED, geothermal and recycled …

Round-Up from the Chronicle of Higher Education

  |   June 9, 2008

Several posts over at the Buildings & Grounds blog have caught our eye recently for their focus on environmental initiatives on campus. Part of The Chronicle of Higher Education‘s site, …

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