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Current temperatures
Solar panel: 33.6°C
Water tank: 31.4°C
Savings since Jan. 19, 2011
Energy: 209.83 GJ
Carbon: 1,028.15 KG
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Hosted by Augustana's Green Campus Committee, this site will help you share sustainability ideas and projects, discover what’s happening to green the campus, and learn a bit about reducing your impact on the planet.

New Opportunity! Earn a Certificate in Sustainability while you complete your undergraduate degree. This certificate allows you to take courses, mostly within your faculty, that build your knowledge, capability and connections in sustainability. You will find it fun and important, and you will learn how to contribute to the world you wish to see.

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Sustainable solutions in the Augustana cafeteria
February 02

Lilas Bielopotocky integrates sustainability into food services at Augustana.

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Student Sustainability Summit Registration Deadline
January 06

Student Sustainability Summit: January 23 & 24, 2016 Register at sustainability.ualberta.ca/summit by Monday, January 18

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Augustana Climate Change Panel
November 18

6 pm  |  Thursday, November 19 Roger Epp Conference Room

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Distinguished Professorial Lecture: Dr. Lars Hallström
November 17

Join Dr. Lars K. Hallström on November 30 as he examines environmental issues and their implications on policy planning.

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Alberta and the Global Oil Market
November 16

Alberta, Oil, and the International System: A discussion on the past, present and future state of the global oil market Tyson Flynn is a PhD candidate at Carleton University, studying global energy governance, specifically in the areas of oil and natural gas. His primary research focus is on petroleum policy and governance and the impact …

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