Drawdown Archive

Project Drawdown: Your Comprehensive Guide to Carbon Reduction and Climate Protection

by Suzy Mullins (’18) | Originally published on September 13, 2017 What if I told you that climate-altering greenhouse gas emissions could be drawn down using technologies, practices, and commitments already in place today? As humans, we play a considerable role in influencing the changing climate, and it is up to us to take responsibility in […]


Drawdown Series Part 3 of 3: Environmental Wellbeing – How Facilities Management Impacts Climate Change

by Suzy Mullins (’18) | Originally published October 4, 2017 This is the last installment in the Office of Sustainability’s Drawdown series. In the previous weeks, we have examined how Wake Forest is working to adopt, demonstrate, and research 25 of the 80 Drawdown solutions. For updates on WFU research initiatives and campus-led initiatives, follow the links. This piece […]


Drawdown Series Part 2 of 3: Leading the Way Toward Carbon Reduction through Campus-Wide Initiatives

by Suzy Mullins (’18) | Originally published on October 3, 2017 Over the past few weeks, we have examined how Wake Forest is working to adopt, demonstrate, or research 25 of the 80 solutions from Drawdown, “the most comprehensive plan ever proposed to reduce global warming.” If you missed our our look into the Drawdown solutions that are […]


Drawdown Series Part 1 of 3: Forward Focused – Research for a Cooler Climate and Brighter Future

by Suzy Mullins (’18) | Originally published September 27, 2017 This is the first post in the Office of Sustainability’s Drawdown series where we examine how Wake Forest University is enacting 25 of the 80 solutions proposed by Project Drawdown to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. If you missed the introductory piece to our series and are wondering, “What is […]


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