Washington State University is committed to improve its performance in sustainability in all areas of operations to meet the needs of current generations without impairing the ability to meet the needs of future generations. Washington State University will develop appropriate systems for managing environmental, social, and economic sustainability programs with specific goals, objectives, priorities, and processes.
In addition, Washington State University will continue to support the present Environmental Management System and its principles to manage environmental challenges on the Pullman Campus and extend them to other WSU campuses and locations. This policy will help Washington State University meet its responsibility to prepare students, staff, and faculty to proactively deal with the environmental, social, and economic challenges facing humanity.
|March 28, 2020||Earth Hour-Lights out campaign||ESA, Physics and Astronomy Club|
|April 8, 2020||Hunger Dinner-Oxfam||International Development Club|
|April 18||Zero Waste Education Workshop||UNA-USA|
|22-Apr||Sustainability Fair||ESA, Shark Conservation Club, International Development Club, UNA-USA, Microbiology|
|TBD||Cycling Route w/UREC||ESA/ORC|
|April||Dine In Days-limit take-out containers||Dining Services|
|April||Bring it Back Campaign-bring back OZZI containers||Dining Services|
|22-Apr||Zero Waste Meal Options (Hillside)||Dining Services|
|TBD||Giving out Menstration Cups||Period Club, Womens Center|
|April 20-24||Microplastics tabling||Shark Conservation Club|
|TBD||TerraCycle Boxes/Event||ESC, IDC, Shark|
|TBD||Tour Compost Facility||Microbiology Club|
|29-Mar||Sustaining Community Event||College Hill Association|
|TBD||Informational table with a demonstration||Sciscentista|