Entries tagged with ‘Sustainability’

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We have a new member of our team, Kari Wallin!

Gustavus Sustainability Interns are excited to have a new team member: Kari Wallin, who joined the Gustavus community at the end of November. Kari was recently hired as the new Compost, Waste, and Environmental Sustainability Manager. She graduated from Bethel College in 2017 with an Environmental Science degree and was recently employed by the Minnesota […]

Students Concerned About Line 3 Consequences for Minnesota

In the face of the climate crisis, students in Minnesota have become increasingly concerned with the development of Enbridge’s proposed expansion of the Line 3 tar sands oil pipeline. Here on the Hill, the Environmental Action Coalition (EAC) has been working to educate members and the campus community about what the construction of Line 3 […]

Sustainability Interns back at work!

Written by Kendra Held, photos taken by Audrey Ochtrup-DeKeyrel and Lily Engebretson The beginning of this semester has been a great opportunity for growth as we assess how we can continue to advocate for sustainability on campus with our new, socially distant reality. There is no shortage of projects this year and the sustainability interns […]

Sustainability Interns Wrapping Up the Academic Year

  As we enter the beginning of June, we sustainability interns are left reflecting on the completion of the academic year. During this year we have seen so many wonderful things happen and many things that excite us for the future. During this year we saw our first organized Eco Fair that celebrated successful sustainability […]

James Miller named a 2020 Udall Scholar

Two other Gusties named finalists for this national scholarship recognizing students dedicated to leadership, public service, the environment, and Nat

Sustainability Interns Moving Forward

Campus initiatives and organizing at all levels look very different with the onset of COVID-19. Although we interns have found ourselves distanced by physical space, our commitment to Gustavus sustainability efforts has proven to be a uniting force during these new, strange times. We have continued our weekly meetings, and although our projects and actions […]

Earth Day Good News

Today is Earth Day, and I have good news to share from campus. Although we are not all on campus together at this time, I want to assure you that the College’s efforts related to sustainability continue. The President’s Environmental Sustainability Council (PESC) is connecting virtually, the student-run Environmental Action Coalition (EAC) is hosting weekly […]

Sustainability Efforts Amidst Change

March has been a busy as well as a trying month for the Sustainability Interns. Interns have been hard at work at the beginning of the month, dialed into their projects they started in February, ready to continue collaborating across campus, finalize projects, and start new projects for the end of the school year. Senior […]

Sustainability Interns Teeing Up for Spring Semester

What do the Sustainability Interns Have Teed Up for this Spring?? March 2, 2020 After a lot of great prep-work during January, the sustainability interns are reunited once again on campus and we couldn’t be more excited! During the first week of school, Sophomore Kendra Held organized a productive strategizing meeting where each intern reflected […]

Building Bridges Celebrates 25th Anniversary Saturday

The annual conference tackles the social justice implications of climate change on Saturday, March 7, 2020.