Sustainability Efforts in News & Stories


April 23, 2019

Following are recent headlines made by Gonzaga faculty, students and guest experts, contributing to greater understanding of Care for Our Common Home.  

“From Enron to Engie”

Christine Uri, Aram Lecture in Business Ethics: “Sustainability today is not just about being a good person, it is also an imperative for business success and business ethics.”

Princeton Review “Green School”

Gonzaga once again has been named among the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges.

“From Scraps to Scholarships”

Action Jackson, benefactor:“Our goal is to reduce scrap metal waste and provide opportunities for youth in the Northwest.”

“Pining for Spokane”

Ryan Herzog, economics professor: “[Planting more pines] was a no-brainer for the city. We can return the area to its natural beauty without a lot of extraneous cost.”

"Scientist for Others"

James McCarthy (’66) is a Harvard professor honored for his contributions to fighting climate change.

"Finding Common Roots"

Alexis Bonogofsky (’02) works with Montana ranchers and conservationists to advocate for sustainable agriculture and citizen participation.

"From Tragedy to Takeoff - the last snow goose set free"

Luke Wild ('17) sees the devastation at the Berkeley Pit in Montana.

 

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