What is Your Vision for Iowa State University's Next Sustainable Decade?

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For the colleges of the university to pursue the passion of sustainability and share their efforts in teaching and research of supporting financial, environmental and social sustainability.
-Anonymous, friend
ISU and Ames to use less plastic.
-Anonymous, friend
Offer more community spaces on campus to encourage more inclusiveness.
-Anonymous, staff
For ISU to commit to purchasing more local foods and working with local farmers
-Emily , student
ISU to get involved in more university wide challenges or competitions; zero waste challenge...etc.
-Anonymous, student
For ISU to embrace more environmentally friendly campaigns as well as social and economic wellness campaigns.
-Anonymous, student
ISU embracing a campus commitment toward reducing building energy consumption.
-Anonymous, staff
Less chains and posts on campus, more shrubs
-Anonymous, staff
More hammocking poles (so students reduce their usage of the trees!)
-Anonymous, student
Less usage of disposables at ISU dining stores!
-Anonymous, student
ISU limiting their production of inexpensive T-shirts, sunglasses, bags.. The free nature heightens disposability!
-Anonymous,
ISU to use less and less single-use items!
-Anonymous, student
Goal: ISU to be a positive, community-focused beacon, for campus and Ames community and beyond!
-Sam , student
Have at least one sustainability class be required for all students
-Anonymous, student
Iowa State University to focus on waste reduction, not just what to do with waste that is produced. Reduce FIRST!
-Anonymous, staff
Make it easier to ride bikes around campus, perhaps be able to rent bikes.
-Anonymous, staff
I want ISU to commit to less coal and greener energy!
-Anonymous, friend
Less reliance on single use items and for those that are offered - providing greener, more sustainable options.
-Anonymous, staff
Recycling and compost bins all around campus (and at all events).
-Molly, student
ISU and Ames to offer more opportunity for composting, recycling and re-purposing waste!
-Anonymous, student