Sustainable Cribs: Sarra Tekola

On the latest episode of Sustainable Cribs, tSR visited PhD student Sarra Tekola for a tour of her home and how she incorporates sustainability in her own way. By focusing on reducing consumption and reusing materials in crafty ways, Sarra has incorporated sustainability in her home space in a way that is truly accessible to everyone.

On the latest episode of Sustainable Cribs, tSR visited PhD student Sarra Tekola for a tour of her home and how she incorporates sustainability in her own way. By focusing on reducing consumption and reusing materials in crafty ways, Sarra has incorporated sustainability in her home space in a way that is truly accessible to everyone.

A Visit to the Dandelion Festival at Berea College

The Dandelion Festival, an annual event hosted by Berea College in Kentucky, is a celebration of the human-nature connection as well as an opportunity to bring awareness of sustainability issues, challenges, and solutions. The present video showcases how the festival came to be, its vision, what it looks like, and offers you the challenge to be a sustainability model and advocate.

Sustainable Cribs: Dorm Edition

For the newest episode of Sustainable Cribs, tSR visited students at ASU's Sustainability House at Barrett (SHAB) to check out how they're integrating sustainability into their dorm spaces in their own way. These students took us on a tour of their own rooms plus community areas that incorporate sustainability. 

 

Ralphie's Green Stampede

Ralphie's Green Stampede

Ralphie's Green Stampede (RGS) was established in 2008 as the Nation's first NCAA Division 1 Sports Sustainability Program. RGS aims to use the power of sport to encourage fans to adopt sustainable practices such as reducing waste and saving water and energy at home, work, and play. tSR correspondent Dean Maniuszko traveled to the University of Colorado during homecoming last fall to get the scoop on all things sustainable when it comes to football. 

BioChar

BioChar

Senior Sustainability Scientist Netra Chhetri's project in the Chitwan region of Nepal turns an agricultural problem into a multidimensional solution by turning an invasive vine into biochar - a kind of activated charcoal that burns more cleanly than wood, fertilizes soil, filters water, and provides a much needed alternative income stream.

Waste Expo: Part 2

Waste Expo: Part 2

In part 2 of the Waste Expo we examine food waste technologies as well as the coolest bin at the show! In June, tSR traveled to the largest waste convention in the USA, Waste Expo 2016 Las Vegas. CEO's, Public Works officials, consultants, data companies, etc. all converge once a year to discuss trends, showcase the newest products and technologies, and gain the latest knowledge in the industry. 

Waste Expo: Part 1

Waste Expo: Part 1

In June, tSR traveled to the largest waste convention in the USA, Waste Expo 2016 Las Vegas. CEO's, Public Works officials, consultants, data companies, etc. all converge once a year to discuss trends, showcase the newest products and technologies, and gain the latest knowledge in the industry. In part 1 of this series we talk to experts about data and technology trends as well as how research impacts the industry.