Sustainability studies student Olivia Goldsworthy, right, explains her poster to fellow student Molly Goldberg at Colorado Mountain College’s Sustainability Conference in Steamboat Springs in April. Goldsworthy’s poster explains her recent internship, which involved researching sustainable food sourcing and preparation, as well as waste minimization. Photo: Doug Stewart.
Steamboat Springs — Colorado Mountain College continues to take steps forward in sustainability efforts, with a goal of neutralizing its carbon footprint entirely by 2050.
The latest development is the launch of a Sustainability Action Plan, unveiled during CMC’s second annual sustainability conference, held at the college’s Alpine Campus in Steamboat Springs on April 22.
The plan, a product of nine months of collaboration with nonprofit Natural Capitalism Solutions, took into account existing and past sustainability efforts and offered a roadmap for the future.Click for full article