IU Director of Sustainability Bill Brown teaches a class at the School of Public and Environmental Affairs.

© 2009 Chris Meyer

Vol. 5, No. 2: Fall/Winter 2009

Contents

Green Students Work toward a Sustainable University

Integrating students into all aspects of campus environmental endeavors.

A Repository of Natural Processes

IU’s Research and Teaching Preserve presents opportunities for pedagogy beyond the classroom.

Brewing Success

SPEA students perform a sustainability assessement for a local beer maker.

Sustainable Development

Using scientific and policy skills to address local environmental stewardship problems.

Bridging Operations and Academics

Student leadership and the greening of the IU Bloomington campus.

Sustainable Enterprise

Balancing the drive to increase profit with the need for environmentally sound business practices.

Freeing the Canary

An IU course and museum exhibit empower students to help alter the course of climate change.

Art Outside of the Studio

A conversation with Susannah Sayler, co-founder of The Canary Project

Constructive Art

A conversation with Edward Morris, co-founder of The Canary Project.

A Campuswide Learning Lab

An interview with IU Bloomington’s first sustainability director, Bill Brown

Putting the Issues First

A look at the collaborative projects of the Sustainable Interaction Design Research Group.

Reducing and Recycling

Three initiatives tackle IU’s energy usage and waste stream.