Several dozen Indiana University buildings are beginning a competition against themselves to save energy – a competition which began Wednesday with a parade.
Several local agencies are partnering together this week to offer free energy assessments during “Beat the Meter Blitz.”
The forum’s keynote speaker, Nobel Prize-winning professor Elinor Ostrom, said the public must approach climate change differently than in the past.
Indiana University sustainability officials say a recent report comparing campus environmental should not be viewed as a comprehensive study.
The Bloomington Eats Green conference came to IU at the end January, and the tastiest event was Hog Heaven, featuring a local pig prepared by local chefs.
While the jury is still out on how important sustainability surveys are, IU administrators are finding out it's not easy being green.
Now, one economic development staffer will handle small business and sustainability efforts, while another will work solely on arts as economic development.