Carbon Footprint

 
 
OSU Stillwater's Carbon Footprint
 
OSU Stillwater began using wind-generated power in January 2013.
 
OSU ranked #8 on the EPA 2016 Green Partnership campus list and #62 in the EPA National Top 100.
The EPA National Top 100 list represents the largest green power users within the Green Power Partnership.
 
OSU's CO2 savings for calendar year 2015 was the equivalent of 277 railcars of coal not burned.
 
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Total Scope I and II COEmissions in 2014 were 83,669 Metric Tons.
Total Scope I and II COEmissions in 2011 were 181,677 Metric Tons.
Total Scope I and II CO2 Emissions in 2009 were 164,562 Metric Tons.
Total Scope I and II CO2 Emissions in 2006 were 165,548 Metric Tons.
 
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OSU's carbon footprint lessens with use of wind generated power.
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Turbines at Cowboy Windfarm in Blackwell, OK.
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Turbines at Cowboy Windfarm in Blackwell, OK.