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by Laura Gleim May 30, 2014
Check out a slideshow with this year's highlights of Sustainability at PSU.
by Karen Lickteig May 22, 2014
When I started interning for Edible Portland in early March, I hit the ground running—literally—all around Portland. As part of my internship, I’ve visited restaurants, farmer’s markets, produce and farm stores, an espresso bar, bakery, home garden and even took a trip into Oregon wine country.
by Fletcher Beaudoin May 20, 2014

When hiking in the gorge or swimming in one of Oregon’s many rivers, the connection between human health and nature seems intuitive. Nature gives us a place to get out, to roam, to sweat, to be calm—all things that tend to have a positive impact on our wellbeing, and, perhaps more importantly, can help keep us out of doctors’ offices and hospitals.  

by Anthony Hair May 16, 2014
During the spring term, three Freshman Inquiry (FRINQ) classes dug a little deeper into sustainability on Portland State’s campus by conducting waste audits of several of the university’s buildings. I
by Julia Mollner May 14, 2014
The 5th Annual School of Architecture Symposium in April focused on the intersection of structural systems and green building. It aimed to examine the greater role structural systems should have in design, environmental impact, and green buildings.
by Christina Williams May 7, 2014

The latest in a series of Big Reports on climate change was released this week, the third National Climate Assessment, delivering piles of data, graphics, forecasts, and research on the topic of impact. 

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