A Whitworth University e-zine publication on sustainability

Take The Sustainability Challenge
In an effort to encourage the Whitworth community's continued involvement in sustainability, the university is hosting a Sustainability Challenge April 13-May 1. The challenge is open to two-person teams comprising anyone associated with Whitworth University, including students, faculty, administrators, staff, Sodexo employees and outside vendors.

Sodexo Executive Chef Jess Dozier Going Green with Groceries
General Manager Jim O'Brien and Executive Chef Jess Dozier are among Sodexo's national leaders in purchasing locally produced food and reducing the environmental impact of the meals they serve.

PVan's Points
As co-chair of the sustainability committee, it is my pleasure to share with you some of the great work on sustainability that is happening at Whitworth. :: MORE

Help the Planet, Help
the Budget

Whitworth is committed to becoming a more sustainable campus by engaging in activities that meet contemporary needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. :: MORE

Five Things Whitworth Has Done to Promote Sustainability
1. Bill Robinson signed the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment and the National Association of Evangelicals statement on climate change, committing Whitworth to move toward carbon neutrality. :: MORE

Green Commuters
Whitworth participates in Spokane County's commute-trip–reduction program encouraging employees to use alternatives other than driving alone to work.  Whitworth's green commuters have made a significant impact in the first three months of their year.

PVan's Points
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