President Carter releases NU System sustainability measures

University of Nebraska President Ted Carter has released a new set of sustainability measures for the NU System, drawn from input and ideas from an 80-member team of faculty, staff and students from across the campuses.

LiveGreen: A new way to recycle lab coats

The med center is always looking for opportunities to reduce waste and improve its impact on the environment, from recycling batteries to going styrofoam free.

Pawpaw tree planting set for Oct. 6

The med center will hold a tree planting event on Thursday, Oct. 6, and the campus community is invited.

Environmental injustice hurts communities of color

Environmental injustice hurts communities of color

Campus Sustainability Month roundtable recap

For Campus Sustainability Month, UNMC collaborated with other higher education institutions to host a virtual roundtable.

Back-to-school BBQ limits waste

The UNMC back-to-school barbecue took place two weeks ago, welcoming students and staff back to campus.

Energy curtailment

Control energy demand to lower emissions and costs.

The future of offices

As COVID-19 continues to keep employees working at home, there is a looming change as to how people use office spaces.

Key Black environmental leaders

Three people who have spent their careers working to bring others to action to create a more just and cleaner environment for all.

Environmental justice in Omaha

Environmental injustice in North Omaha and how collective action and community organizing led to triumph and community healing.