The Green(er) Business of  Production and Consumption
Dec13

The Green(er) Business of Production and Consumption

How science is helping company leaders and customers be better earth stewards. As vice president and chief sustainability officer at 3M, Gayle Schueller ’87 leads the company to address customer needs in a way that advances environmental stewardship, social responsibility and economic success. Schueller aims to improve products, customer experiences, manufacturing and operations — and be a good steward to the earth and its people. “I...

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Video: Bringing Clean Water to Africa
Dec12

Video: Bringing Clean Water to Africa

Inspired by her experience teaching in Africa, Megan Renfro ’07 now devotes her career to H2o access there. Hear her speak about her experiences and her...

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Bringing Clean Water to Everyone
Dec12

Bringing Clean Water to Everyone

Inspired by her experience teaching in Africa, Megan Renfro ’07 devotes her career to H2o access there. Hear Megan talk about her work: scene.geneseo.edu/web-exclusives For decades, the residents of the tiny village of Maiwayna in northern Ethiopia suffered from diarrhea and chronic stomach aches. The problem was their source of drinking water: a pond contaminated with animal feces and insects. Then in May of 2017, a crowd of...

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A World View Of Sustainability
Aug15

A World View Of Sustainability

  Geneseo is part of a United Nations effort to protect resources — and build opportunities— across the world. As a participant in the United Nations Global Compact, Geneseo has joined world leaders in adopting the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development to help conserve resources and build opportunities employment, economic development and other factors for quality of life. As the largest global movement of sustainable companies...

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Impact in Ecuador
Dec01

Impact in Ecuador

In the Ecuadorian Amazon, members of the Sarayaku Kichwa live in harmony with “Pachamama,” or Mother Earth. When workers from the national oil company of Ecuador flew a prospecting helicopter onto their land in 2007, the Sarayaku protested against drilling and fought to protect their way of life, winning their case in an international court in 2012.

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