Florida State University News / Florida State University football fans once again have a great opportunity to keep Doak Campbell stadium “green” on Saturday by recycling used beverage containers and reducing the amount of unsightly litter.
Rails to Trails / The biggest success of the program is the fact that less students drive to campus. Our program offers students the choice to live more sustainably and healthy. Once they make that choice to not drive a car, they are making an impact on our campus and on our world.
FSView / Florida State offers a friendly environment for bicyclists. There are bicycle repair stations located outside of the Leach Center and the Oglesby Union along with bike racks located outside of almost every building.
FSView / The FSU reCycle Bike Program does not focus on cars or parking garages, but rather promotes a healthy, environmentally friendly lifestyle by offering students a low-cost, rental bike program for one or two semesters.
FSView / Tallahassee is quite a bicycle-friendly city, especially if you are a college student. Riding a bike in town can be an excellent source of exercise, entertainment and transportation, all at once.
FSView / These students are a part of the Garnet and Gold Goes Green (G4) recycling program, a sustainability initiative that was created to decrease the amounts of litter and trash left around Doak Campbell Stadium, during and after home football games.
Tallahassee Blogs / The establishment of our chapter of Food Recovery Network (FRN) at Florida State University three month ago has already yielded far greater success in fighting food waste on campus than we could have ever initially anticipated.