The University of Saskatchewan is going to be a little warmer come May and a little bit colder in the fall as the Facilities Management Division moves to reduce carbon emissions and energy usage.
Celebrities are great mouthpieces for ideological views and bringing attention to social issues, but they are not always correct.
The University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union joined the ranks of environmentally conscious student unions across the country on Jan. 23 when its newest building received a prestigious ranking.
From Nov. 12-15 the University of Saskatchewan Students Union will be holding it’s Sustainability Week in an effort to help provide social awareness to students.
For a country whose very identity is tied to the Rocky Mountains, abundant fresh water, large forests and diverse species of animals and plants, Canada has an abysmal record on setting and meeting greenhouse gas emissions reduction targets.
With a lineup full of up-and-coming artists and a small environmental footprint, the Acoustic Carbonless Community Concert is hitting all the right notes for success.
I truly care about saving the planet. But like most people, I don’t like listening to environmentalists. They tend to sound hostile towards humanity. Deep down, some probably want to say we’re all murderers, killing Mother Earth by living in a highly-industrialized world. They may be right. But it’s a closed issue that the Earth is
Amid a growing wave of concern about climate change, many countries — including Brazil, Australia, the US, and EU members — passed laws in the 2000's outlawing or severely restricting access to incandescent light bulbs. But the real problem, as ever, is that the new technology is not yet as attractive as the old.
Obviously everyone can't travel by bike or bus, and personal vehicles have become an integral part of the way people live in North America. The good news is that there is a viable alternative to the internal combustion engine: Electric cars.
Making money while saving the environment? Impossible! Or so we thought. Carrotmob, the activist organization that promises profits as well as environmental sustainability, is coming to Saskatoon and focusing on local coffee shops.