"Meeting the needs of the present generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."
The Brundtland Report: Our Common Future, 1987
Texas State students have many opportunities through course work, research, and community involvement to address sustainability challenges whether they be environmental, economic, or social issues. Faculty and staff are working to green their departments by reducing material consumption, increasing recycling, reducing energy use, and encouraging other responsible behaviors.
The Leeds certified buildings are as follows:
1. Round Rock Higher Education Center School of Nursing – Silver certification (77,740 gross square feet)
2. North Campus Housing – Gold certification (190,047 gross square feet)
3. Undergraduate Academic Center – Silver certification (129,700 gross square feet)
Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell today presented the Department's 2013 Partners in Conservation awards at a ceremony in Washington, DC. The Secretary honored 20 partnership projects that have demonstrated exemplary natural resource conservation efforts through public-private cooperation. Four Partnerships nominated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service involving nearly sixty individuals and organizations located in California, Oregon, Kansas and Texas received awards. In Texas, the 2013 award went to the Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program.
Texas State University received the Green Business of the Year Award from the City of San Marcos Chamber of Commerce for our efforts of sustainable measures including; recycling, energy conservation and LEED design and construction.
Click this link to view the Landscape/Turf Irrigation and Management Program for Texas State University.
Whats in Motion to Improve Campus Energy Efficiency
This Spring Texas State University will be participating in RecycleMania. Click here for more information.
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