Latest sustainability news from University at Buffalo

Gardella joins EPA Advisory Board

Dr. Joseph Gardella--SUNY Distinguished Professor and the John and Frances Larkin Professor of Chemistry--has been appointed to serve on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Science Advisory Board for a three-year term. Gardella has been recognized locally and nationally for his work in environmental chemistry and with underserved communities in the Western NY region...>>Read more
CALLING ALL ELFS
UB Sustainability is currently accepting applications for student leaders to serve as Education and Leadership Fellows in Sustainability (ELFS) as part of the Change Agents Scholars Initiative. ELFS will gain hands-on experience and leadership training while working directly with UB Sustainability. Applications are due January 6th... >>Read more
HAVE A SUSTAINABLE HOLIDAY
From the UB Professional Staff Senate Sustainable Living Committee, please enjoy these tips on how to have a more sustainable holiday. Choose sustainability when preparing meals, giving gifts, decorating, traveling and more! And from all of us here at UB Sustainability-- Have a happy and safe holiday season ...>>Read more
SPRING FOR SUSTAINABILITY 
Are you looking to enroll in a sustainability-related course this spring? Check out these and more, which can be found in the UB Course Catalog. From management, to history, to engineering and architecture, these are just a few of the sustainability courses being offered this spring semester...>>Read more
STUDENT Q&A 
Meet Anthropology junior Eric Shaver, who engages with students, faculty and staff through his work as Vice President of the Garden Club and as UB Campus Dining and Shops' Student Sustainability Coordinator. Eric views sustainability efforts as a moral imperative to foster greater respect for the planet's incredible and unique biodiversity...>>Read more
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