MU vows to eventually be coal free

Chancellor Brady Deaton announced in an op-ed in December that MU would be "taking steps towards eliminating coal use on our campus." This Wednesday, Sustainability Coordinator at the University of Missouri, Steve Burdic, reaffirmed the goal and reiterated that it will take time and that we can't know exactly how fast. Burdic spoke on the … Continue reading MU vows to eventually be coal free

Two MU professors visit COP15

Diplomats from across the world walk past a loud activist set-up handing out "Fossil of the day awards" mocking the countries that are slowing climate negotiations. This was a regular scene in Copenhagen for two weeks of this last December during the UN Climate Negotiations. Non-governmental organizations were present too, ranging from from businesses to … Continue reading Two MU professors visit COP15

Obama still pushes for Clean Energy

President Obama touched on almost every issue in the State of the Union, going through his multi-step process for getting the United States to a full economic recovery. The main part of this plan was creating jobs, and eventually he made the point that investing in clean, renewable energy was going to be a huge … Continue reading Obama still pushes for Clean Energy