UB Sustainability News | Creating a better future through sustainability
•OCTOBER 22
35th Anniversary of
the Love Canal Crisis

6 p.m.-  9 p.m.
Niagara Falls
Culinary Institute
28 Old Falls St.

Niagara Falls, NY

•october 23 & 24
Buffalo Food Policy Summit
6 featured events
across Buffalo!
 
•October 24
Sustainability Film Series:
A Place at the Table
6:30 p.m.
107 Capen, North Campus
 
 
Congratulations to the UB Professional Staff Senate for hosting the overwhelming successful Sustainable Living Fair, and to Campus Dining & Shops on their Pride of NY showcase in September.    >>Read more

SUSTAINABILITY TOUR

Many students recently participated in an interactive tour to learn about the region's history of industrial pollution and how the community has begun to turn this legacy around to create a more sustainable Buffalo Niagara.   
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POLAR BEAR BEHAVIOR    
Jackie Heatwole, a UB master's student in biological sciences, spent her summer tracking the behavior of two polar bear cubs at the Buffalo Zoo. 
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COMMUNITY-ENGAGED RESEARCH 

Meredith Minkler, a pioneering public health advocate and professor of health and social behavior at UC Berkeley, recently explored the value and challenges of scientific studies that engage communities in the research process.
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STUDENT Q&A 

Meet Alyssa Hubert, a biomedical engineering major and president of Engineers for a Sustainable World.  
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TONAWANDA COKE STUDY

Federal prosecutors recommend UB conduct comprehensive study to examine effects of Tonanwanda Coke emissions on nearby residents. 
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MANAGING HAZARDOUS WASTE

Using a three-year, $796,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, UB researchers are working on a new approach to managing hazardous waste sites. 
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PHOTOVOICES ACROSS OUR REGION 

Through PhotoVoice, ciizens across Erie and Niagara Counties can express their vision for making our region more sustainable through photos/videos and captions.  
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FACULTY Q&A 

Learn about Jason Briner, associate professor of geology, and how his work furthers sustainability.  
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