Sustainability in the News
IU renews its commitment to sustainability with new Climate Action Planning Committee
The committee will develop comprehensive recommendations to identify opportunities to reduce the impact of IU's greenhouse gas emissions.
Conservation Law Center to help manage new federal land program in southern Indiana
The center will help manage a new designation of more than 3.5 million acres in southern Indiana as a Sentinel Landscape.
Dubois County, Center for Rural Engagement partner on Sustaining Hoosier Communities projects
IU Bloomington faculty and students will work on local projects in health, infrastructure planning and natural resource management.
Bike courier pedals documents while peddling benefits of sustainability
Greg Eisman has covered more than 500 miles in his first couple of months as a bike courier at IU Bloomington's Document Services.
The most-read IUPUI news of 2021
A look back at some of the most-read stories of the year from IUPUI.
IU-led climate action programs to expand with $1.25M McKinney Family Foundation grant
The five-year grant will support the formation of the McKinney Midwest Climate Project under IU's Environmental Resilience Institute.
IU joins statewide initiative to ensure more equitable access to health services
IU, the Indiana Department of Health, Purdue and others are helping Hoosiers' access the resources they need to improve their health.
IU president renews partnership with Naval Support Activity Crane during inaugural visit
The agreement provides a mechanism by which IU students can benefit from the naval installation's expertise, facilities and equipment.
Sustainability efforts at IUPUI to be recognized on a global scale
IUPUI staff will present on the role of higher education in environmental sustainability at the Vision 2045 Summit.
Sustainability boot camp prepares students to work with statewide partners
Sustain IU is training Indiana Climate Fellows in climate change mitigation and adaptation so the students can help local communities.