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Could sustainable eating save the environment?

Sydney Riddle April 24, 2022

With climate change or sustainability, whether it's our carbon footprint, rising temperatures or plastic consumption, it all seems out of our hands. But what if we could benefit the environment simply...

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A bike rack outside of the the Simons Center. ARACELY JIMENEZ/THE STATESMAN

Why we need to bike more around campus

Gabby Pardo April 18, 2018
Ride a bike — it's a little step that counts toward the big picture.
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A Stony Brook University student recycles a plastic bottle on campus. FRANCIS YU/STATESMAN FILE

Seawolves look toward a greener future

The Statesman March 8, 2015
From the hospital to the dining facilities, different departments across Stony Brook University have started their RecycleMania endeavors.
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Campus making strides to improve energy efficiency

The Statesman October 1, 2013
Located between Circle Road and the Simons Center is a field of mud, a collection of strange-looking offices and a building that emits smoke. This area is dedicated to the Office of Sustainability’s Facilities and Services division, tasked with providing Stony Brook University with reliable power, installing sustainable technologies and initiatives and monitoring the campus’s consumption of energy. James O’Connor, the director of Sustainability & Transportation Operations, oversees this effort, making sure different divisions work together in this goal.
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The Environmental Stewardship Office is still learning how to make the program more efficient for students. (EFAL SAYED / THE STATESMAN)

Wolfie Ride speeds into fall semester with minor bumps

Kelly Frevele August 26, 2013

Scrapes, damages and computer glitches are just a few of the recent negative reports regarding the semester-old Wolfie Ride Bike Share program. But the impairments are not as serious as they might seem. Sustainability...

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