Welcome. We invite you to learn more about sustainability and efforts to develop a greener Wright State University campus. Visit often for the latest sustainability news, events, and information.
At Wright State University’s core is a set of values that drives our priorities and decision-making. Among these core values is the concept of Sustainability that the 2008 Wright State University Strategic Plan defines in part as “the necessity of preserving our planet [which] compels us to weigh the impact of our decisions, both short term and long term.”
How sustainable is your lifestyle now?
What actions and behaviors can you target to reduce your carbon footprint?
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A Committed University
In May 2010, President Hopkins signed the Talloires Declaration, committing Wright State to a series of sustainability initiatives, serving as a tangible sign of our continuing dedication to sustainability.
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Are you being responsible? Learn how you can make a difference. (PDF)
So many changes with sustainability on campus!
Fall is in full swing so be sure you get outside and enjoy the beauty of our natural areas including our 200 acres of Woods. Share your best pix with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So many Sustainability changes on campus!
As of August 31st, Mr. Hunt Brown retired as the Director for the Office of Sustainability. We will miss Hunt's dedication to sustainability but in the spirit of sustainability here at WSU, we will continue to Green our campus.
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Welcome Back to Campus!
As you arrive or return to campus this for the start of Fall Semester 2014, be sure you look around campus.
Look around as you come on to campus and as you walk from class to class. In addition to even more recycle containers around campus, we now have 2 Zip Cars.
And two new charging stations for EV's (electric vehicles) in 2 locations.
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