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10.28.14 Tribal rights expert to speak on Whatcom water issues In the media
10.27.14 WWU launches largest fundraising campaign in college’s history In the media
10.24.14 Success in tribal environmental management is topic for Oct. 30 lecture Campus news
10.24.14 EPA funds student bioenergy projects under P3 program In the media
10.22.14 WTA to bring electric bus to campus Thursday Campus news
10.21.14 ‘Two Talking Wolves’ tour visits Western Oct. 23 Campus news
10.17.14 Environmental scientist Allen Hershkowitz to present at WWU In the media
10.14.14 'Godfather of Greening' to speak at Western Oct. 21 Campus news
10.13.14 Joel Swisher hired as director of WWU Institute for Energy Studies Campus news
10.13.14 Students continue to push for the WWU Foundation to divest from fossil fuel In the media
10.13.14 To market, to market In the media
10.10.14 Thinning of Atlantic ice sheet to be discussed at Oct. 16 presentation Campus news
10.6.14 Vermont's Jennie Stephens to discuss energy-systems technology Oct. 9 at Western Campus news
10.3.14 Alumnus Chris Brown of Growing Veterans to speak on sustainable organic farming Oct. 10 Campus news
9.26.14 David Patrick to discuss the science of affordable solar energy Oct. 2 at Western Campus news
9.25.14 Carbon-rich tidal wetlands down, but not out In the media
9.24.14 President Shepard updates Sustainability Advisory Committee on 2014-15 priorities Campus news
9.19.14 Sustainable travel could win employees fall prizes Features
9.16.14 WWU Foundation Responds to Request on Fossil Fuels Divestment Campus news
8.27.14 WWU’s Troy Abel to lead NSF-funded climate governance study Campus news
8.18.14 Back to nature: Last chunk of Elwha dams out in September In the media
8.13.14 Official: $20M in projects could make Bellingham state's No. 1 bicycling town In the media
8.13.14 WWU 19th on EPA Green Energy List In the media
8.13.14 Disappearing Rio Grande In the media
8.11.14 Western is 19th on EPA Green Energy List Features
8.6.14 Scientist on Rainier chases climate change’s butterfly effect In the media
7.24.14 GEF Program now accepting summer ideas Campus news
7.10.14 Abundant Demand – How can Public Policy Help Keep Energy Affordable? In the media
6.30.14 Whatcom program supports veterans while growing healthy vegetables for the community In the media
6.30.14 Meet the next generation of Alaska's conservation leaders In the media
6.30.14 From Window magazine: 'Oceans in Peril' Video
6.12.14 New site recognizes excellence in sustainability Campus news
6.5.14 Sustainability wall opens in Wilson Library Features
6.4.14 New processing center brings more local produce to Whatcom County schools In the media
6.2.14 Scientists for Puget Sound Partnership to speak at WWU in Bellingham In the media
5.27.14 Graduation pledge commits students to environmental responsibility Campus news
5.23.14 Expo highlights teams' Green Energy Fee projects Features
5.20.14 Discussion: electricity, energy and societal impact Campus news
5.14.14 Woods Hole researcher to discuss extreme home energy efficiency May 15 Campus news
5.13.14 More participation needed on employee commute survey Campus news
5.13.14 Environmental author Bill McKibben on radio show, at WWU In the media
5.12.14 Green Energy Fee Grant Program annual expo is May 14 Campus news
5.8.14 Spring issue of Sustainable Transportation newsletter is out Campus news
5.5.14 For state survey, employees asked to report how they got to work April 28 to May 2 Campus news
5.1.14 U.S., Canadian, tribal leaders discuss Salish Sea's environmental, economic concerns In the media
4.29.14 Commute Trip Reduction survey to be sent May 5 Campus news
4.29.14 Students for Renewable Energy to hold divestment teach-ins Campus news
4.23.14 Students win $10,000 for solar window invention In the media
4.22.14 Kenmore student helps WWU team wins $10,000 in Environmental Innovation Challenge In the media
4.18.14 Student group to hold info meetings on divestment during Earth Week Campus news
4.18.14 Earth Days events to begin with festival Saturday Campus news
4.16.14 Sample various coffees, enjoy local food during Earth Week Campus news
4.15.14 Greenest residence hall to be honored April 15 Features
4.14.14 Climate science is topic of April 17 lecture Features
4.9.14 Environmentalist Bill McKibben to talk at WWU In the media
4.7.14 Meadow to discuss the built environment microbiome April 10 at Western Campus news
4.7.14 New fare boxes but same payment options on WTA buses In the media
4.7.14 Turning waste into jobs the goal of new Bellingham business In the media
4.3.14 Bill McKibben to visit WWU, May 17 In the media
4.2.14 Banning plastic bags is really only the beginning In the media
4.2.14 Sustainability Challenge extends sign-up deadline to April 8 In the media
4.1.14 Environmentalist and author Bill McKibben to discuss climate change May 17 at Western Campus news
3.24.14 Western Washington University ending bottled water sales In the media
3.20.14 Power down for spring break Campus news
3.19.14 Science historian Naomi Oreskes to speak at Western April 17 Campus news
3.14.14 Western wins award from PSE for Best Outreach Campaign Campus news
3.13.14 WWU ends bottled-water sales April 1st In the media
3.13.14 University to end sale of bottled water on campus In the media
3.13.14 WWU ending on-campus sales of bottled water In the media
3.13.14 WWU to end sale of bottled water on campus In the media
3.12.14 Rybczyk to discuss rising seas and ecosystem restoration March 13 Campus news
3.12.14 Landmark Study Demonstrates Climate Benefits of Estuary Restoration In the media
3.12.14 Western to end sale of bottled water on campus Features
3.11.14 Spring quarter bus passes now available Campus news
3.10.14 Sustainable business challenge offers cash prize, inventor support In the media
3.5.14 Speaker to address climate change, extreme weather March 6 Campus news
2.26.14 The human aspect of sustainability Features
2.25.14 First Upcycling Clothing Swap set for Friday Campus news
2.19.14 Fuzhan Nasiri to discuss renewable heat Feb. 20 Campus news
2.18.14 Discussion on renewable heat slated for Feb. 20 Campus news
2.18.14 $25,000 sustainability challenge offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to go global In the media
2.11.14 Miles to present 'What Would John Muir Think About National Park Wilderness Today?' Feb. 13 on campus Campus news
2.11.14 Interview with climate author Nancy Lord Video
2.6.14 Western ranked lone university in state for green energy In the media
2.3.14 Author Nancy Lord to present ‘The Warming Warning: What the North is Telling Us Now’ Feb. 6 and 12 at Western Campus news
2.3.14 WWU 19th on EPA green power ranking Campus news
1.28.14 Students, staff and faculty need to register to attend sustainability conference Campus news
1.22.14 Statewide Sustainability Conference Taps Next Generation of Environmental Leaders In the media
1.17.14 Farm 2 Fork Dinner coming to dining halls Jan. 29 Campus news
1.15.14 Jan 16 discussion to look at fossil fuel divestment Campus news
1.15.14 World Issues Forum to focus on the environment Features
1.10.14 WAHESC earlybird registration ends today Campus news
1.9.14 Western starts Zipcar program on campus Features
12.13.13 Power down for winter break Campus news
11.25.13 Save electricity by powering down over Thanksgiving break Campus news
11.21.13 Student wins EPA research scholarship Campus news
11.18.13 Upcoming events help cyclists be seen in dark weather Campus news
11.18.13 Zipcars come to Western In the media
11.13.13 Architect who worked on Bullitt Center to speak at WWU, Nov. 14 In the media
11.12.13 Architect Rob Peña to present ‘The Greenest Building on Earth’ at Western Nov. 14 Campus news