It’s late September at Missouri State University. The air is crisp with promises of fall just around the corner. Anticipation for the first football game has been building all over campus. There are alumni, staff, students, and everyone in between starting to slowly make their way to Plaster Stadium. It’s a beautiful Saturday afternoon, perfect for a football game, with fans … [Read more...] about I Want a Good, Clean Game!
Every month we try to focus on a new area of sustainability on campus. For April, the focus will be on conservation. Conservation is the act of using, restoring, and protecting natural resources. This blog will focus on conserving energy, water, and wildlife. Why is conserving these resources so important? What are some ways to conserve? Please read on to find … [Read more...] about Monthly Theme: Conservation
Do you want to join your fellow Bears for interactive, hands-on sustainability workshops, enjoy free Boomer Mix popcorn, and enter for a chance to win a kayak? If so, check out the Sustainability Student Summit! On Monday, April 9, 2018 from 9 am to 4 pm in Plaster Student Union 308, the Missouri State Eco-Reps will be hosting a Sustainability Student Summit. This event … [Read more...] about Sustainability Student Summit
Every month we try to focus on a new area of sustainability on campus. As RecycleMania continues, this monthly theme will be about recycling! In this blog you’ll find some facts about recycling as well as some tips and tricks to get the most out of your recycling experience. Why Recycle? Conserves natural resources and energy Reduces amount of waste being sent to … [Read more...] about Monthly Theme: Recycling
Each month we provide information on different opportunities students and employees have to get involved on campus and in the community. These opportunities range from simple on-campus clubs and organizations to immersion trips throughout the country, or even world, over breaks. Since Sustainability is such a broad topic, we try to provide a large selection of options for … [Read more...] about Get Involved! Faculty and Staff Involvement