Seth Vidana

Contact: Western Washington University’s Huxley College of the Environment at (360) 650-3520.

BELLINGHAM – Seth Vidana will present "Sustainability Initiatives and Programs at Western: The Campaign to Go Carbon Neutral" as part of Western Washington University…

With the completion of three water bottle refilling stations -- one on the second floor of Old Main, one on the first floor of Arntzen Hall and one in the Wade King Student Recreation Center -- Western Washington University’s Green Energy Fee Grant Program has completed the first of a…

Such a fee has proven successful at other universities.

Seth Vidana, campus sustainability manager for Western Washington University, said students pay approximately 70 cents per credit hour, amounting to roughly $7 a student for the mandatory green fee.

"We're able to…

University of Iowa students might soon be able to opt into a "green" fee to fund sustainability efforts on campus.

Such a fee has proven successful at other universities.

Seth Vidana, campus sustainability manager for Western Washington University, said students pay…

University of Iowa students might soon be able to opt into a "green" fee to fund sustainability efforts on campus.

Western Washington University will be the site for the ninth annual Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE) Conference June 14-17.

The conference, themed "Place Matters," will include more than 80 speakers, 10 plenaries, 24 interactive sessions, three…

How is sustainability measured at Western Washington University? Where does WWU stand in comparison with other institutions? What are Western's strengths, and where can the university improve?

Ian Collicott, a research associate with the Office of Sustainability at WWU…

The Office of Sustainability at Western Washington University recently has introduced its 10 x 12 Program, a strategic element of the President’s Climate Commitment and the WWU Climate Action Plan.

The 10 x 12 Program has been created to help coordinate, educate and implement…

On Wednesday, lovely little Bellingham, WA captured my heart. The 70,000 person green, hilly NW town already has built up an enviable bicycle mode share of six percent. Are they satisfied? Of course not. Their dedication to green sustainable living is deep and sincere, and they know they can…

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