Where thousands of pounds of material discarded on campus finds another purpose.
Six students pilot launch of NC State Stewards In one semester, six sustainable students helped start a new leadership program that will influence future Wolfpack generations. NC State Stewards wouldn’t be what it is without Aaron Burkhart, Lauryn Coombs, Rachel Gonsalves, Caroline Hansley, Brian Iezzi and Natalia Ospina. As the university’s first Stewards, these students [...]
As the semester at NC State winds down, students are packing up and giving back.
On Earth Day, North Carolina State University received the City of Raleigh’s highest honor for sustainability, the Raleigh Environmental Stewardship Award.
Earth Day harvests campus interest in local food Everyone eats, and NC State’s week of Earth Day events showed students, faculty and staff how to eat healthier, fresher and more sustainably. From the Grow Your Wellness fair to a screening of the documentary, Fresh, this year’s Earth Day focused on “Barn to Brick: Sustainable Food [...]
Carlos Vega, Rick Gardner and Dr. Jonathan Casper received the 2013 Green Brick Awards.
When demolishing the interior of a 17,000-square-foot office in preparation for upcoming renovation, why throw away building material that can be reused or recycled?
If you love food, you’ll love Earth Day 2013, which will focus on sustainable food April 13-18.
In the very place where Shaza Ibrahim first explored environmental impacts, she’s making an impact, applying classroom knowledge to real-life projects in both the University Sustainability Office and University Dining.
This sanctuary of studying is also a sustainability superstar. Learn a few of our favorite, sustainable things about the new Hunt Library.