Over the past week, I’ve had numerous conversations where this “rule-of-thumb” kept popping up: 1 newly constructed parking space = $30,000 or more While on most days I work from a home office, I am a regular user of the park-and-ride near my house as I venture into downtown Seattle for the occasional meeting. More […]
I am writing an open letter of thanks to the organizers of the AASHE Sustainability Officers Retreat: Leith Sharp, Aurora Winslade, Leanne Bilodeau, Daita Serghi and Matt Lynch. This retreat took place in July on the beautiful campus of the University of British Columbia, Okanagan in Kelowna, BC. I attended as both a sponsor and […]
After reading the Seattle Times article, “U.S. Census: Seattle now fourth for growth among 50 biggest U.S. cities” by: Gene Balk, I was curious to understand the various trends in other major US cities. I pulled down the census data cited in Balk’s article and created the following data “vignette” to better understand the numbers. […]
If you are reading this article you are likely passionate about the mission and success of your institution. You recognize the importance of a supportive, honest and collaborative culture in making lasting change. You have likely seen ideas go from “that might be interesting” to a fully deployed, “big win.” As an insider you also […]
Fovea and Energy Strategies, in partnership with the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) at Colorado State University, is proud to announce the release of the Western State Clean Power Plan Evaluation Model. Visit the project website: http://www.westernstatecppmodeling.org Read E&E reporter Emily Holden’s article: “Western states get new CO2 modeling tool“
Fovea has recently become a member of the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) to further campus efforts toward building a healthy and just world. Meet our team at our booth at the Transforming Sustainability Education conference, Oct. 25-28, 2015 in Minneopolis, MN.
Tulane University President, Michael Fitts, approved a plan outlining the University’s path to climate neutrality by 2050. Members of the Fovea team co-led the development of the plan. Learn more: http://green.tulane.edu/climate-commitment.html