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Solar Panels

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.



The Art of Sustainability
March 11

Alberta Construction Magazine featured the new Performing Arts Centre in their Spring 2014 issue.



Don’t miss the March 12 Sustainability Fair
March 03

Learn about campus sustainability with an array of informative displays, engaging activities, games, music, prizes and food.


Is Alberta Consuming Itself?
February 26

The Transoceanic Canada Research Group, the Canadian Studies Institute of the University of Alberta, l’Association canadienne-française de l’Alberta, and the Augustana Department of Fine Arts and Humanities present: Professor Dominique Perron, University of Calgary Autophagous Alberta: Is Alberta Consuming Itself? 3:40 pm on Thursday, March 6 Room C-103, Classroom Building This English-language conference will be …


Lunch and Learn: Our Atmosphere on Steroids
February 21

Our Atmosphere on Steroids: Climate Change or What? Our industrialized society is almost entirely dependent on fossil fuels. As athletes inject steroids into their bodies to improve performance, we all inject greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, changing its energy balance. Just as a single home-run can’t be attributed to steroid use, increases in atmospheric greenhouse …


Sustainability Fair
February 21

Join us on Wednesday, March 12, for Augustana’s Annual Sustainability Fair! Enjoy food, music, activities, and door prizes as you learn more about sustainability and share your own ideas about how we can grow a greener campus.


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