environment

GVL / Courtesy - Mark Schaub 
That carving is a piece that is now on display in corridor of Lake Ontario Hall. It’s a Palaun folklore carving, and is a donation from President Remengesau to GVSU.

From Allendale to the Pacific

Grand Valley State University will welcome back a Laker who has had a world-changing experience. Tommy Remengesau, a GVSU alumnus who is now president of the Republic of Palau, will be visiting campus Wednesday, Nov. 1, for a motivational and informational presentation from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Kirkhof Center Pere Marquette Room

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GVL / Luke Holmes - Marty Rodriguez sells fresh produce at the Farmers Market in Parking Lot G on Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2016.

Making 'going green' personal

Grand Valley State University is an institution that takes great pride in its sustainability practices. From LEED-certified buildings, an emphasis on recycling and the handful of sustainability groups on campus, GVSU makes an effort to ensure that the campus is environmentally safe.

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GVL/Mackenzie Bush - Dr. Erik Nordman speaks about Presidednt Trump’s climate policy and energy plan and how they will affect our local and global climate Thursday, April 13, 2017.

Environmental uncertainty

As part of the Grand Valley State University Community Service Learning Center’s democratic dialogue series, guest speaker Erik Nordman, associate professor of biology at GVSU, led a discussion about climate change and sustainability Thursday, April 13.

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Educating about sustainability

What does it mean to be sustainable? For the United States Department of Agriculture, it means satisfying human needs while enhancing the environmental quality and viability of its agriculture. For the Environmental Protection Agency, it means “to create and maintain conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony.”

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