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President Hemphill signs Carbon Commitment by reaffirming Radford University’s long-standing focus »
Radford University President Brian O. Hemphill, Ph.D., signed the Carbon Commitment in November, reaffirming Radford University’s long-standing focus on reaching carbon neutrality and promoting campus-wide sustainability.
Radford University students and faculty members joined virtually with community members on October 15 to observe World Food Day 2020 with a panel discussion centered on local food production and provision during a global health pandemic.
For the 11th consecutive year, Radford University is among the top ‘green campuses’ in the United States »
The Princeton Review has again recognized Radford University’s commitment to sustainable practices by including the University in its annual guide to green campuses.
Two hundred-fourteen trees are living today because of Radford University’s commitment to reduce its paper usage on campus. That is 214 trees to circulate oxygen into the air, provide shade, help prevent water pollution, reduce soil erosion, clean the air and combat climate change.
Could painting asphalt parking spaces white curb the warming of the Earth’s atmosphere? A group of Radford University students is about to find out.