On September 15th, 2007, a group of over 70 Bucknell students, faculty, staff, and community members embarked upon a collaborative campus-wide investigation of the University's environmental impact. Organized into ten assessment teams, participants in this project delved into a myriad of questions relating to the environmental sustainability of the University's policies and practices, including such indicators as administration and policy, education, energy, water, waste, purchasing, dining, built environment, and landscape. Now, after eighteen months of research and editing, this comprehensive assessment is available to the campus community and the public.
Read the full report:
A Comprehensive Environmental Assessment of Bucknell University, released May 4th, 2009.
If you have any questions about this report, please contact Dina El-Mogazi, Director, Campus Greening Initiative.