Recycling at FSU can be easy. You just gotta know these five things, and let other people know these five things too. When FSU recycles, our campus community and the environment benefit. When we recycle, we reduce the amount of waste we send to the landfill. We conserve natural resources, prevent pollution, save energy, reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to global climate change, and help sustain the environment for future Noles!
Last summer, we posted a photo of a hydration station located at the FSU College of Law on our FSU Sustainable Campus Facebook page. It would have just been a normal day, a normal Facebook post, but we got a comment that sent us on a journey to FSU’s law school where a certain Torts professor teaches.
At FSU, hospitality students are gaining hands on experience in sustainable restaurant management through the Ashby Stiff Little Dinner Series. Each semester, students carry on the 60-year tradition of creating a dining experience from beginning to end.
The Museum always strives to be more efficient and incorporate sustainable business practices, when possible, allowing us to focus our resources where they matter most. Which, in addition to, reducing our global footprint, also provides cost savings.
Over the next few months, Florida State University’s campus will be filled with students walking, biking, skateboarding, and sometimes even roller skating to class. These sustainable transportation methods can get you where you need to go and fast, especially if you are using a bike. So, if you find yourself biking to and from campus on the daily (or biking anywhere else for that matter), these safety tips are worth the read!
While Florida State University is well-known for its football team and academic research, few people know that we have our very own garnet and gold Iron Man. His name...Lucas von Hollen.
Have you always wanted your own organic garden, but thought living on campus or in a city would limit you? Fear not! The FSU Seminole Organic Garden is here to help!
As part of our Campus Sustainability month, we want to introduce you to the student leaders who are leaving their mark on the sustainable future of Florida State. Meet Julio, the current reCycle Bike Program Coordinator. This senior majoring in English Editing, Writing & Media has been using a bike throughout his time at FSU. He first found out about the program during his freshman year, when his reCycle Bike really came in handy.
As part of Campus Sustainability Month, we will be highlighting our sustainable student leaders. This week’s sustainable student is Reem Zaitoon. Reem is an international affairs and anthropology major who serves as the Program Coordinator for Food Recovery Network.
Reem has been involved with FRN for two semesters. She got joined because the previous Food Recovery Network Program Coordinator was a good friend. As she participated with FRN and learned more about the crippling food waste issues affecting our community, she became more passionate and involved with the program.