Sustainability at Geneseo
Sustainability is central to the mission and strategic plan of SUNY Geneseo. As such, the college calls upon its faculty, students, and staff to foster a culture of sustainable and responsible citizenship on campus. By minimizing the environmental impact of our institutional operations and integrating the principles of sustainability throughout our academic disciplines and co-curricular life, we strive for a more profound and enduring form of prosperity for current and future generations.
"Setting the Table for Sustainable Food Systems in the Genesee Valley and Beyond"
SUNY Geneseo’s Office of Sustainability is hosting a two-day symposium to discuss sustainable food systems, with a particular focus on the Genesee Valley. The March 3 and 4 symposium will feature a series of presentations and discussions that will “set the table” for the topic by using the interdisciplinary lenses of culture, technology, agriculture, environmentalism, ethics and economics. All symposium events are open to the public.
A keynote address by Internationally renowned environmentalist and scholar David Orr leads off the symposium at 4 p.m. Friday, March 3, in room 214 of Newton Hall.
Office of Sustainability
Blake C3, 1 College Circle
Geneseo, NY 14454