Saturday, September 5, 2009

Randolph College Celebrates Environmental Sustainability, Strives to Reduce Carbon Footprint

Randolph College continues to operate on the forefront of environmental responsibility and education.

In addition to fielding an outstanding Environmental Sciences program, Randolph has made institutional commitments toward operating in an environmentally sustainable manner including...
  • Signing on to the Talloire Declaration Nearly Two Decades Ago
  • Establishing Environmental Issues Council in 2000.
  • Charter Member of AASHE and STARS
  • First College in Virginia to Sign President's Climate Change Commitment
  • Developing a Green Master Facilities Plan
  • Developing an Environmental Sustainability Plan
  • Sustainable Food and Dining Services
  • ...and more.
Learn more about Randolph College's commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability...
A Year of Sustainable Living
This 2009-2010 academic year will be devoted to Sustainable Living, with various events and speakers highlighting awareness, education and action in reducing our carbon footprint and promoting environmentally sustainable lives. Colin Beavan, author of No Impact Man, will visit campus on October 2.
Learn more at www.randolphcollege.edu/sustainableliving