Tag Archives: go green

The ban on plastic bags

  Several California cities have already implemented a ban on plastic bags in retail and grocery stores, including Los Angeles County and Oakland. The law has been adopted on a global scale in places such as Bangladesh, Haiti and New ...

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Graduate student makes unique effort to support local artists

Many students at Fresno State make an effort to "go green," but Alvero Romero is taking a whole different approach to getting the word out about sustainability.

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Environmentally friendly decor

Although today’s college students are more environmentally tuned than their parents were at that age, creating an eco-friendly dorm may still be a challenge.

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The air up there

Unlike many people in the Valley, some Fresno State student-athletes and coaches do not have the luxury of stepping inside air-conditioned rooms when they go to work.

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Athletics goes green

Last semester, a Fresno State public relations class teamed up with PG&E and Bulldog Sports Properties to encourage students and fans to go green.

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Thirty years of greenery

This year marks the 30th anniversary of Fresno State’s accreditation as an official arboretum in 1978 by the American Public Gardens Association.

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Solar panels win award

These days, going green pays off in more ways than one.

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Organic greenhouse in the spotlight

It can’t be seen, tasted, touched, smelled or heard, but the difference between Fresno State horticulture’s greenhouse one and the seven greenhouses surrounding it is representative of a growing trend in agriculture.

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Pen a plan for Earth Day — profit in more ways than one

Helping the environment may be more rewarding than students think — like a $1,000 scholarship.

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Will going green make a difference?

The Collegian Online asks students if they think going green will make a difference. [display_podcast]

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