Sustainability in the News

All press releases related to sustainability at Luther.

Vandana Shiva

'Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability and Peace'

One of the world's most respected environmental activists and feminists, Vandana Shiva, will present a Luther College Distinguished Lecture titled, "Earth Democracy: Justice, Sustainability, and Peace," at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, in the Center for Faith and Life Main Hall on Luther's campus. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. and the lecture is open to the public with no charge for admission.

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Oneota Film Festival

2013 Oneota Film Festival

Looking for something to do in January? The fourth annual Oneota Film Festival is back on Luther’s campus the 18-20!

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Luther College Rideshare program expands to Graceland University: Recent computer software program developed by Luther professor and student

In 2009, the Luther College student senate began exploring the possibility of a Rideshare program accessible to students on campus. The goal was to provide a program that allowed students to share rides with other students who were going to the same destination. To make it affordable, the idea was presented to computer science professor Brad Miller. Together with Luther student Kevin Williams, Miller developed an online program in which to coordinate rides via the website www.rideshare.luther.edu

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Solar Array

Solar Dedication

Show your support for clean, renewable energy!  On Saturday, October 27 at noon, Luther will dedicate the Baker Village Solar Energy Production Facility. The brief ceremony will be held at the site on Pole Line Road (rain location: Baker Commons).

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Chris Martenson

Futurist Chris Martenson to lecture at Luther Oct. 22 and 23

Oct. 22, 2012

UPDATED: Luther College will host financial observer and futurist Chris Martenson Oct. 22-23. Martenson argues that the connections between the economy, energy and the environment are propelling us toward a future that will change the life of everyone on the planet. He will lecture twice on the Luther campus during his stay.

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