Energy & Climate

Sewanee Investigates Possibility of Solar Farm

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On November 14th, Marvin Pate and Rachel Petropoulos met with upper management of Duck River Electric Membership Cooperative (DREMC, Sewanee’s electricity distributor) to visit their community solar farm in Shelbyville and to discuss Sewanee’s pursuit of our own major solar PV project.

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Divestment in a Global Perspective

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Sustainability undergraduate fellow Jordan Long ('14) is focusing on the feasibility of socially responsible investing at the University. Read about how this issue is gaining momentum globally. 

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Moving How We Move

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One of the issues we are tackling at Sewanee is transportation. Here is a short piece by Sustainability Undergraduate Fellow David Evans (C'15) about what's happening "off the mountain" in transportation. 

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Fall Break Trip To Haiti

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The Haiti Institute in Sewanee, an organization dedicated to improving livelihoods in Haiti through incentivizing tree planting and maintenance, recently traveled to Haiti over Fall break to check and plan the next steps for the project.

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