MU researchers worked with students and teachers in two classrooms at Ulysses S. Grant Elementary School to study the impact of “green” buildings on students’ learning. Results showed that students found positive connections between the building and their surrounding environments.
A total of 22.5 truckloads of solid waste and recycling were collected after homecoming.
Students at MU looking for education about conservation and the environment can turn to this campus club.
The Vietnamese Student Union holds a discussion where members are encouraged to reflect on their personal identities while fostering connections within the VSU community.
Sustain Mizzou and Columbia Center for Urban Agriculture are creating a tangible place for members of the MU and Columbia communities to get involved with sustainable living and environmental action.
The university ranks high in several national rankings and has made progress in solar and wind energy on campus.
The Sustainability Office will be filing new data for an updated STARS score in 2018.
Rachel Haggard: "We are a part of an ecosystem. The topics we’re discussing are going to affect you.”
As the global population of honeybees declines, Sustain Mizzou’s newest project will bring two hives to campus.
Half of fossil fuel emissions in the U.S. are created by the electricity used to power non-environmentally friendly buildings.
Although the group is small, Mizzou Stream Team hopes to impact Missouri bodies of water in a big way through clean-up events.
RHA Vice President Rachel Thomas said the second location could be near Bingham Commons or the North, Center and South area.
Even rap battle participants threw in a few rhymes about using less propane gas.
Columbia cuts costs and adds revenue with new, environmentally friendly changes including electric buses.
Columnist Brad Spudich on how to get groceries and save the Earth
Columnist Brad Spudich on how to go green, even when it’s gray out.
The university was recently named one of Best College Rankings’ Top 100 “Green” colleges.
MOVE columnist Brad Spudich builds a compost bin
The event reduced Columbia’s electric load by 2.1 megawatts.
The Environmental Leadership office is having its first clothing swap event Wednesday.