April 9, 2015

The UW Sustainability office is launching a timeline of University of Washington's achievements and milestones in sustainability and environmental stewardship. The project, "A Century of Sustainability," includes entries dating back to the earliest days of the current UW site in 1895 and includes highlights up to the present day.

The Daily
10 years 4 months ago

Wolves, cloud forests and biofuels will be featured in this year’s Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival.

The festival, which is in its 10th year, will be on-campus from May 1-4, and will...

The Daily
10 years 5 months ago

In the rush for energy independence, U.S. policy isn’t helping. Don’t get me wrong: I strongly believe that we need to stop using Arab oil for diplomatic reasons as well as environmental ones. But...

The Daily
10 years 5 months ago

Nowadays, you can purchase organic roses, chips cooked with solar energy, hemp milk, Earth-friendly chocolate and even composting toilets.

While purchasing such items, is not necessarily a...

The Daily
10 years 5 months ago

Led by Your Revolution, WashPIRG, Washington Student Lobby and ASUW, Earth Day 2008 aimed to unite various activists and introduce new developments in voter registration.

“Our vision was to...

The Daily
10 years 5 months ago

Despite the Dalai Lama’s concurrent visit, more than 30,000 environmentally conscious Seattleites ventured to the city’s first annual Green Festival April 12 and 13. The two-day event featured...

The Daily
10 years 5 months ago

Espresso Express looks like any other independent coffee place in Seattle. Behind a counter, an espresso machine steams milk for a nonfat, extra hot cappuccino and a stained microwave heats up an...

New York Times
10 years 5 months ago

At the University of Washington the commitment to the environment is evident all across campus. As a result, Washington is one of only six schools to receive an A-, the highest grade attained on...

The Daily
10 years 5 months ago

Many water and lighting outlets are sucking energy at an unneeded rate. One UW team is hoping to conserve energy in UW sororities and fraternities by swapping out older light bulbs for more energy...

Seattle Post-Intelligencer
10 years 5 months ago

Climate change will make Washington a warmer and wetter place, even while shrinking the snow packs that supply us with drinking water and salmon with robust streams. In Seattle, scientists say,...