Climate of Change

Climate of Change is our premier video series showcasing the University of Washington's sustainability efforts in the areas of research, teaching, co-curricular programs, and campus operations. This four-part series highlights the University's role in shaping how we teach students, develop research, and manage our resources for a sustainable society.

Join us on this exciting journey through the eyes of UW students, faculty and staff. Climate of Change video project was made possible through a university-wide collaboration of our students, faculty and staff at our Seattle, Tacoma and Bothell campuses.

You can also watch clips from this series on the UW Climate of Change YouTube playlist, or tune into the series on UWTV, Channel 27. See their programming guide for details.

Episode 1: The University and the World

From groundbreaking research to innovative solutions created by students, discover how the UW has become a catalyst for environmental change, including:

- UW Commitment to Sustainability
- Soil as a Resource
- The Bullitt Center
- Environmental Innovation Challenge
- Center for Urban Waters
 

Episode 2: Modeling Sustainability

Uncover how, through its students, the University has been a catalyst for developing sustainable strategies and promoting environmental change for more than a century, including:

- Wetlands Restoration
- College of the Environment
- Pack Forest as a Classroom
- UW Farm
- Campus Sustainability Fund
 

Episode 3: Living the Sustainability Experience

Find out about UW's history of environmental stewardship programs, disciplines, Climate Action Plan and campus operations that promotes a greener planet, including:

- The Garbology Project
- Commitment to Recycling
- Green Products Inside and Out
- Climate Action Plan
- Smart Grid Project
 

Episode 4: Commitment to the Future

See how innovative research and development, coupled with student engagement, exemplifies the UW's commitment to sustainability now and for the future, including:

- Preparing Students for the World
- Deep Sea Impacts
- Renewable Resources in Sky and Sea
- Sustainable Construction
- Light and Heat
 

Sponsors

We would like to extend a special thank you to our sponsors who made this series possible:

Seattle City Light
Seattle Steam
UW Buerk Center for Entrepreneurship
UW Capital Projects Office
UW Facilities Services
UW Finance & Facilities, SVP Office
UW Housing and Food Services
UW Marketing
UW Office of the President
UW Office of the Provost

Acknowledgements

Please see the acknowledgements for those who were involved in the production of this Climate of Change series.