Randolph Sustainability Proposal

Wishes Becoming Reality

The Environmental Sustainability Proposal for Randolph College is a set of goals and recommendations for the future that take into account the current status of the College's impact on the environment. The overall goal of the Sustainability Proposal is to describe strategies for improving Randolph College's sustainability that can be considered within the College's financial and organizational context.

The team of professors and students developing the proposal included Richard D. Barnes, Professor of Psychology and Environmental Studies; Karin Warren, Associate Professor and Herzog Family Chair of Environmental Studies; Ludovic Lemaitre ’11, Environmental Science Major, Math Minor; Megan Roberts ’10, Environmental Studies Major, American Culture Minor; and Karl Sakas ’10, Environmental Studies Major, Chinese Studies and Economics Minors.