Check out the schedule of events for Purdue's 2013 Green Week celebration and join us to learn, connect, and participate in sustainability-related activiities.
If you would like to earn much-needed service hours, or just come out and have a good time knowing that you are making a difference, the Black & Gold & Green Tailgate Team might be just what you're looking for.
Purdue's Eco-Reps serve as student ambassadors who promote environmental stewardship in University Residences.
Researchers from Purdue University spend a week aboard a scientific vessel in Lake Michigan, tracking how currents transport contaminants and aquatic life.
Through a new initiative dubbed, Project (Re)Green, Purdue University's College of Technology students are working to make sustainability an everyday reality within the college.
The Capturing Resilience summit, held in October, will focus on solutions to national problems of economic instability, national security, and environmental degradation.
Purdue Water Works is pleased to report that the drinking water not only meets but also exceeds the standards established by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management.
Purdue University achieved the "Silver" rating from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Based at Purdue University's Center for Global Food Security, the U.S. Borlaug Fellows in Global Food Security Program offers young leaders the opportunity to follow in a Nobel Prize winner's footsteps.
With around 1,200 species of plants, Purdue University's Horticultural Gardens is not only beautiful; it's a living classroom.
Full Circle Agriculture is a student-run organization at Purdue University that educates the Purdue community about sustainable, organic agriculture.
Purdue student organizations organized the Spring 2013 Sustainability Summit, covering issues, initiatives, and opportunities.