Earth Day Issue 2018

The Statesman’s first ever Earth Day Issue gives readers a look at the latest environmental news on the Stony Brook campus. See below to read about food waste, reusable containers and Mother Earth.

RStony Brook to offer LEED course

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Stony Brook to offer LEED course

LEED is an eco-friendly certification program that takes all aspects of a building into account, rating its efficiency and sustainability. The goal is to encourage more cost-efficient and ecologically sustainable development. Read the story.

Environmental Club hosts cooking workshop

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Environmental Club hosts cooking workshop

The Stony Brook Environmental Club hosted a sustainable cooking demonstration in Tubman Hall on April 12 at 7 p.m. that showcased healthy and tasty recipes using ingredients most Americans usually waste. Read the story.

ECampus Dining pilots reusable container program

NEWS

Campus Dining pilots reusable container program

In an effort to make campus dining more eco-friendly, Stony Brook has begun offering reusable takeout containers in the East and West Side Dining dine-in areas this semester. Read the story.

Why we need to bike more around campus

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Why we need to bike more around campus

Having a bike on campus to travel short distances would be better than owning a car. Substituting driving with riding a bike is a small yet significant step in protecting our environment. Read the story.

Let’s reframe environmentalism

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Let’s reframe environmentalism

In an effort to make campus dining more eco-friendly, Stony Brook has begun offering reusable takeout containers in the East and West Side Dining dine-in areas this semester. Read the story.

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