Gold Black and Green (GBG) is an intellectual, operational, and cultural movement for environmental sustainability and carbon neutrality.
Two experts will address the state of sustainability and higher education on Wednesday, Feb. 8, in the Santee Cooper Lecture Series, hosted by Wofford’s Environmental Studies Program.
American writer and environmental activist Rick Bass will speak at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, at Wofford College as part of the Santee Cooper Lecture Series on Sustainability and Energy Issues.
For Wofford junior Joseph McMillin, a school project has turned into a promising green business. The Spartanburg native and psychology major recently launched “Junk Matters, LLC” a recycling service catering to local schools and businesses.
Check out these helpful hints and tricks for making your dorm room a greener place to live!
Watch the lecture that Will Wynn, a former two term mayor of Austin, Texas and leader in the green movement, delivered when he spoke at Wofford in October 2010.