Latest sustainability news from University at Buffalo

Studying effects of Tonawanda Coke

UB researchers plan to study the health effects of industrial pollutants like benzene on Tonawanda Coke employees and residents of Tonawanda and Grand Island, as well as create a new environmental health education center.... >> Read more 
"SLOW ROLL" UB ON OCT 1
Join Slow Roll, GoBike Buffalo, the Professional Staff Senate and others for a UB Bike Stampede this Saturday, starting at 10 AM on South Campus and concluding with a "pedal party" featuring music, food trucks, and networking opportunities abound.... >> Read more
CHANGING ICE AND SEA LEVELS
By studying the ice, University at Buffalo and many international researchers are able to predict how ecological processes below the Earth's surface affect ice loss and sea level rise, providing more insight on climate change ... >> Read more
MAKING CITIES SUSTAINABLE
In the fifth installment in the weekly “big idea” series, Mark Shepard, director of the Media Arts and Architecture Program, proposes integrating technology with natural systems in cities and towns to address the problems of unsustainable growth.... >>Read more
FACULTY Q&A 
Meet CSEE professor John Atkinson, who believes that sustainability is not just academic content that can be learned or memorized, it is a lifestyle mindset that should be practiced and valued  ... >> Read more
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