Sustainable urban gardens have begun to pop up around the Indiana University campus, including near the on-campus residence of the University’s First Lady.
Turning off lights helped Indiana University consume less electricity during its Energy Challenge. But some buildings appear to be growing less efficient.
Indiana University sustainability officials say a recent report comparing campus environmental should not be viewed as a comprehensive study.
The Campus Master Plan calls for a move toward carbon, and by extension climate, neutrality. But that idea is an abstract notion at this point.
IU can’t begin to think about joining the climate neutrality club without a significant change in its stance toward burning coal on campus.
By offering four cars for rent, the goal is to encourage IU students to lessen the clog near campus by sharing vehicles instead of driving their own.
While the jury is still out on how important sustainability surveys are, IU administrators are finding out it's not easy being green.
Indiana University interns have proposed a number of programs aimed at making the school greener, but getting any into the pipeline is likely to be a challenge.
How is the new Office of Sustainability is trying to establish itself on a campus that has a reputation for inertia on environmental issues?