In my blog post on October 2nd I noted that I was impressed with Kent State University’s very real commitment to energy conservation — both as a fiscal priority and as an institutional value statement.
I guess when you mix blue and gold, you get green — and KSU is being true to it’s colors by escalating their green commitment thanks to the hard work of KSU’s Sustainability Coordinator and a growing green army of volunteers on and off campus that come together monthly to talk green shop under the auspices of KSU’s Sustainability Task Force.
Like any good Task Force, they periodically report out their activities and their progress. To that end, they recently held a green-brown bag lunch to review some of their accomplishments and I thought the powerpoint was worthy of mention in the blog since the green ethic runs deep in the Kent community, and its another great example where Community and University priorities line-up really well.
You can read more about all of the Sustainability projects at the Kent State University Sustainability Web Link