Strategic Plan Update Archive

The Growing Role of Renewable Energy

Perspectives in Sustainability, Quarterly Newsletter As we publish, world leaders and climate reporters are gathered in Dubai for the 28th United Nations Climate Conference, COP28. On the docket this year is the call for member countries to triple renewable energy capacity and double energy […]

Pedestrian Safety Improvements Under Way Across Reynolda Road

Pedestrians will soon have a safe path to cross Reynolda Road near the entrances to Reynolda House Museum of American Art and Graylyn Estate. Construction on the Reynolda Road Crosswalk began the last week of July with completed improvements to sidewalks along the side of […]

Wake Forest Athletics’ Commitment to Climate Action

Wake Forest Director of Athletics John Currie is one of four collegiate Athletic Directors from Power Five conferences that will showcase their school’s climate action, health and wellness and equity/inclusion practices during an upcoming webinar on August 3, 2020, at 1 p.m. […]

Update: Dining & Food Systems

What does it mean to incorporate principles of sustainability into campus dining services? Because the possibilities are so far ranging, we chose to adopt a common set of sustainability metrics developed specifically for higher education. In its version 1.2, the Sustainability Tracking Assessment […]

Wake Forest highlighted in the Fall STARS Quarterly Review

This month the university was highlighted in the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) Quarterly Review which measures the sustainability performance of a college or university. Wake Forest was recognized for its, “significant gains in dining operations,” since the submission of the university’s first […]