Latest sustainability news from University at Buffalo

Changing language for climate change

A new study conducted by researchers from UB, the University of Maine and Cornell University tests different temporal and geographic messaging to explore how tailored messaging might be used to communicate the risks of ... >> Read more
ON THE ROAD WITH FOOD GNOMES
UB social work student Matthew Schwartz is turning the tables on traditional food pantries, providing food directly to the hungry out of the trunk of his car.... >> Read more 
PLANS FOR 'NET ZERO' BUILDING
UB faculty and professional staff played a key role in moving a 'zero net energy' manufacturing and commercial facility forward. The ECIDA-lead project aims to build a 100,000 square foot cutting-edge building that is designed to produce as much energy onsite as it uses... >> Read more
ENVISIONING A NEW CITY CENTER 
Imagine redesigning a city in only two days. That’s exactly what some UB students did recently as part of a summer study abroad program in Estonia.... >> Read more
HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT
On a warm June day students, faculty and staff got a behind-the-scenes look at UB's sustainability efforts that are often hidden in plain sight. Hosted by the Professional Staff Senate’s Sustainable Living Committee, the tour began in Greiner Hall, UB’s eco-smart residence hall ... >> Read More
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