Gardening, composting, and learning about environmental issues are just a few of the ways that Josh has explored creation care at Eastern Mennonite University. Josh discusses how our choices today concerning the environment affect future generations.
The spring 2011 issue of Crossroads is devoted to sustainability. Take a behind the scenes look at interviews with some of the EMU alumni featured in this issue!
EMU’s Sustainable Food Initiatives student group shops at the local farmers’ market and prepares meals — then eats! — the food together regularly.
Herm, EMU’s mascot, explores creation care at Eastern Mennonite University. Highlights include the bike co-op, campus garden, compost pile, recycling efforts and new majors like environmental sustainability. The video features the recent launch of EMU’s solar power array on the library roof, which is the largest solar deployment in the …
Highlights from the solar dedication and celebration. In fall 2010 EMU became host to the largest solar deployment in Virginia, with capacity to generate 104.3 kilowatts of electricity from 328 high-efficiency photovoltaic panels on its library roof. Find out more at www.emu.edu/solar
Students, faculty and staff of Eastern Mennonite University gather for a discussion following James Akerson’s chapel presentation on the Gulf Oil Spill. Panel members share their thoughts on the spill, clean-up efforts, human impacts, media coverage and the Christian response to the …
Peace with Creation. Environmental sustainability from an Anabaptist perspective.
A time lapse of the demolition of the Oakwood residence hall and construction of Cedarwood residence hall in its place. Students will move into Cedarwood at the beginning of fall semester, 2009.