sustainability

Emory now uses 25 percent less energy, meeting part of a strategic plan set in 2005 one year earlier than anticipated. Energy use is one of the University’s largest expenses, as the campus used nearly 300,000,000 kilo-watt hours of electricity ...

By Annie McGrew Staff Writer A new Goizueta Business School social enterprise is trying to bridge the ever-growing gap between coffee consumers and coffee farmers by ensuring fair pay to coffee farmers. Farmers to 40 provides excellent coffee to consumers ...

Take a walk around Emory’s campus on a typical day, and you’ll find many signs of a community that values sustainability, and in particular, sustainable food. You might stroll through the Emory Farmers Market on a Tuesday, see placards indicating ...

By Annie McGrew Staff Writer Amid Family Weekend events, winners of the Sustainability Incentives Fund, which supports sustainability practices on Emory’s campus, were announced last week. According to Program Coordinator of Sustainability Initiatives Emily Cumbie-Drake, there were $42,000 worth of ...

By Samantha Goodman What was once a grassy field now holds sweet potatoes, peppers and more in an expansive farm and interactive classroom for Oxford College students called the Oxford Organic Farm, which officially opened on Oct. 18 just 700 ...