Sewanee Students Attend the Global South Summit
On November 11, undergraduate sustainability fellow Joanna Parkman ‰Ûª14 traveled to Nashville to attend the two-day Global South Summit. Shari Balouchi ‰Ûª15 joined her, and both students participated in the Summit Fellows Program, thanks to nominations and generous funding by the Babson Center for Global Commerce.
Divestment in a Global Perspective
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.
Continued Conversations About Socially Responsible Investing
Last week, Sewanee continued dialogue about socially responsible investing as the Investment Club and the Coalition for Responsible Investments brought Joseph Kinard to speak on campus.
Green Cleaning, Going Global
Check out how green cleaning policy is being enacted globally.
What is Consumerism? Is it Bad?
Sustainability undergraduate fellow Parker Haynes (C'14) is attempting to create awareness of the implications of consumerism among the student body. Here is why.
The Motives for a new Purchasing Policy
There are a lot of frightening statistics floating about the internet regarding consumption and waste.