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Green Library for Sustainability  

Guide to sustainability resources available at Grand Valley State University
Last Updated: Aug 9, 2012 URL: http://libguides.gvsu.edu/sustainability Print Guide Email Alerts

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Websites

TreeHugger.com
TreeHugger is the leading media outlet dedicated to driving sustainability mainstream. Partial to a modern aesthetic, they strive to be a one-stop shop for green news, solutions, and product information.

Greentopsites.com
A ranked list of all the best green websites on the Internet.

MISustainable.com
This online community aims to help facilitate the discussion of sustainability and the triple bottom line and what it means to your business, organization or personal life.

aashe.org
AASHE (Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education) provides resources, professional development, and a network of support to enable institutions of higher education to model and advance sustainability in everything they do, from governance and operations to education and research.

 

Welcome

Welcome to the Green Library, a Sustainability Resource Guide! 

Welcome to this joint collaboration between the University Libraries and the Sustainable Community Development Initiative.  Not sure what you want to search?  Browse the tabs above for Books, Articles, and Websites; each of these sections offer suggested topics. 

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News

Composting begins in dorms

By SAMANTHA BELCHER
Updated: October 24, 2011, 11:59 AM

The Grand Valley State University Sustainable Community Development Initiative and Bart Bartels, sustainability manager for the SCDI, have teamed up with the Frederick Meijer Honors College to create two new composting initiatives on campus.

Fifty student volunteers from the honors college will collect compostable material from student residences and dining places around campus to later convert into fertilizer....read full article.


Meijer Holland Campus goes zero-waste

Posted on October 21, 2011

The Meijer Holland Campus expanded efforts to become more sustainable by kicking off two new projects that encourage recycling this week.

Students and staff introduced an initiative to decrease waste by eliminating trash bins from offices and classrooms and placing two centralized bins at the entrance of the building. “We should see a nearly 90 percent reduction in landfill fairly quickly,” said Dan Broersma, a liberal studies major and environmental specialist at Herman Miller.... read full article.


Zumberge Pond

By ANYA ZENTMEYER 
Updated: July 15, 2011, 4:57 PM

The Zumberge Pond Conversion project is one of the more notable concentrations of construction underway on the Grand Valley State University campus this summer. With massive mounds of rocks, dirt and heavy machinery, many passers-by are left wondering what exactly all this pond construction is for.

Vice president of facilities and planning, James Moyer, said the work underway is addressing four matters: outdoor events, storm water management, irrigation water quality and ADA compliant accessibility on the north end of the pond....read full article.


 

Contact Information

Hazel McClure

Librarian: Environmental Studies, English, & Writing

email: mcclureh@gvsu.edu • phone: 616-331-3077

 


 

Andrea Marz

Office Coordinator: Sustainable Community Development Initiative

email: marzan@gvsu.edu

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