Catholic Colleges Become Stewards of Environment

By Catholic Rural Life on February 1, 2013

Uncategorized

Catholic Colleges Become Stewards of Environment

Catholic colleges and universities from around the country are finding ways to care for the environment. From installing more efficient heating and cooling systems, as well as low-flow shower heads in dorms, to using 100 percent recycled napkins in the dining service and recycling edible food waste, these schools are finding more and more ways to be good stewards of creation. Check out what the individual schools are doing below.

Aquinas College
College of St. Benedict – St. John’s University
Georgian Court
Iona
John Carroll
Kings College
Loras College
Loyola College
Loyola Marymount
Marquette
Mercyhurst
Mount St. Mary’s
Notre Dame
Presentation College
Rosemont College
Sacred Heart University
Santa Clara University
Seattle University
St. Ambrose University
St. Mary’s College
St. Norbert
University of St. Mary
University of St. Thomas
Xavier 

 
Interested in learning about what parishes, grade schools and religious communities are doing to care for the environment? Please visit our ecological sustainability page.

Comments

going green Zack West | Tuesday, October 19, 2010

I think the going green is a good hope for the schools.
I also think that it would be a good middle school project too.

No comments yet

The comments are closed.

People love being members of the Catholic Rural Life community.

View member benefits

More from Uncategorized

Uncategorized

Celebrating one year in Minnesota

by Catholic Rural Life

Uncategorized

An early Easter for Joe Hall, former CRL intern

by Catholic Rural Life

Uncategorized

Help us grow! Apply to be CRL’s Director of Development

by Catholic Rural Life

Uncategorized

Fr. Leonard Kayser, former CRL interim executive director, passes away

by Catholic Rural Life