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George Gastis ’92, pictured with his wife, Laura Lee Gastis ’91
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George Gastis’ vertical urban farm in Colorado supplies food to his on-site restaurant—just one part of his farm-to-table dream.
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Jonathan Fairbanks ’88
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As Founder and Managing Partner of Houston-based GEC, Jonathan Fairbanks ’88 is helping to fund the future of energy.
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Suni Harford
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Suni Harford ’84 one of the most powerful women in finance, on how a rising environmental and social consciousness has transformed investing—and forced
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The pollinator habitat at Denison University's solar array
Featured News
Denison University has been recognized for its efforts to create natural pollinator habitats on its campus.
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Sarah Davis ’94, Chief Ranger at Yellowstone National Park
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How Sarah Davis ’94 works to protect the park from the people and the people from the park as Chief Ranger at Yellowstone.
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Featured News
Denison University’s commitment to sustainability is being recognized by state and national organizations.
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Cody Grasser '09
Alumni
Leading Ohio's Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever, biologist Cody Grasser '09 partners with the USDA, ODNR, and the Ohio Division of Wildlife.
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Advice & Tips
Arbor Day celebrates the role of trees in our lives and promotes tree planting and care.
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What's Happening
It's Earth Day 2020 - Take a moment today to step outside and appreciate our Earth - the blue pebble in our solar system.
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Weston Massachusetts sign
In the News
Alan Orth '71 began advocating for the environment while a student at Denison and brought a sustainable culture to his hometown of Weston, MA.
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Internships
The Sustainability Professionals Initiative gives students practical skills to land a job and lead toward positive social and environmental impacts.
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Sarah Davis '94
In the News
A 20-year National Park Service veteran, Sarah Davis '94 is the first female Chief Park Ranger at Yellowstone National Park.
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Lily Gross '19
In the News
Change-maker Lily Gross '19 is working with Bon Appetit, creating positive change by educating consumers and supporting more sustainable products.
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Solar panel in a bed of sunflowers
Featured News
Denison University’s pollinator-friendly solar array is the first of its kind in the State of Ohio.
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Service & Awareness
Denison celebrates Earth Week with a week-long series of events designed to get you outside to appreciate our living environment.
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Swasey Chapel
Featured News
Certification as a Wildlife Habitat, as well as a Tree Campus USA, are examples of Denison's work toward sustainability.
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Nathalie Miebach artwork
Exhibitions
The Weather Variations, Connecting Data, Sculpture, and Music through the work of artist Nathalie Miebach
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Eating dinner outside
Service & Awareness
Denison’s solar array and pollinator habitat inspired a “Pollinator-theme” dinner at the site.
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Purple sunset in a field with solarpanels
Recognition & Accolades
Denison's 6,750 panel solar farm will be included in a licking county "green energy" tour.
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Announcements & Updates
Denison is on Sierra Club's top 100 list of cool schools for sustainability.
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Heart shaped earth floating in grass
Service & Awareness
Denison celebrates Earth Week with a week-long series of events designed to get you outside to appreciate our living environment.
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student walking up stairs with trees in the background
Featured News
Denison's campus is known for its beautiful trees, and with more than 3,000 trees and an arboretum, the college also is a 'Tree Campus USA.'
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Foot pressing down on shovel in snow
Advice & Tips
Kevin Mercer, manager of Denison's groundskeeping, offers advice on best solutions for winter snow and ice.
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Solar Panels
Athletics
Denison's 2.3 megawatt solar array is almost ready for the "on" switch. It will provide about 15% of Denison's energy needs.
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charlie brown celebrating thanksgiving outside
Advice & Tips
Sustainability Coordinator Jeremy King reflects on the lessons to be learned through Thanksgiving.
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ornament hanging from tree
Advice & Tips
What's the most sustainable option for Christmas trees? Live or artificial?
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recycling leaf
Service & Awareness
America Recycles Day
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Solar panels
Announcements & Updates
Denison partners with solar and energy experts to open a solar array later this year that will provide more than 2 megawatts of energy.
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Tree growing in pile of dirt held by person in hands
Service & Awareness
Plant a tree, see a film, go for a wellness walk - all part of Denison's Sustainability Week.
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Manhattan underwater - an inconvenient truth
Film Screenings
Denison hosts a screening of the documentary "An Inconvenient Sequel," the follow-up to the 2006 award-winning "An Inconvenient Truth."
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What's Happening

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Growing — Up

George Gastis’ vertical urban farm in Colorado supplies food to his on-site restaurant—just one part of his farm-to-table dream.

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Invested In Change

Suni Harford ’84 one of the most powerful women in finance, on how a rising environmental and social consciousness has transformed investing—and forced

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Money With Purpose

As Founder and Managing Partner of Houston-based GEC, Jonathan Fairbanks ’88 is helping to fund the future of energy.

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