Omega Center for Sustainable Living

The International Living Future Institute recognized Omega's CEO, Skip Backus, along with eleven other leaders, at the Living Future 2012 unConference for their tremendous efforts to...

Skip Backus, Omega's CEO (left), presents the first Leadership in Sustainable Education Award to musician Pete Seeger (center) and Jeff Rumpf (right), executive director of Hudson River Sloop Clearwater.

"Clearwater is honored to receive...

What would an economy based on principles of fairness and sustainability look like? How do we collectively strategize to fully implement it? What are the implications for our culture, our society, and our health and well-being?

These...

Our Rhinebeck campus is located on 195-acres in New York's historic Hudson Valley. It is a wonderful place to get in touch with nature and discover what sustainable living is all about. Earlier this month, we discovered a bird's nest filled with...

Omega Instutite's CEO, Skip Backus discusses how Omega decided to handle the problem of water management while reducing our carbon footprint on campus by created the LEED-certified Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL).

The confluence of peak oil, loss of biodiversity, and widespread pollution from carbon-based industries all point to the growing need for an alternative to our way of living. Using natural, scientifically based approaches, the worldwide...

In honor of Earth Day, students from Oakwood Friends School helped out in the garden and took a tour of the Omega Center for Sustainable Living, one of the greenest buildings in America.

The Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL). The OCSL is an environmental education center and natural water reclamation facility built to meet the highest standards currently available in sustainable architecture. It is the first green...

Bob Berkebile encourages us to look to nature as our model for how to live sustainably in this interview by Omega CEO, Robert "Skip" Backus. Hear more from Bob Berkebile and...

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