Water conservation is an important part of sustainability and climate resilience efforts.
Energy curtailment is an effort to reduce the amount of energy used when extra stress is put onto energy systems, such as during periods of high heat or humidity. The med center uses energy curtailment days throughout the summer to ensure other systems can function.
UNMC and Nebraska Medicine faculty, staff and students who park on campus must renew their parking permits by Friday, June 30.
The med center hosted several events and opportunities throughout the month of April to celebrate Earth Month. Thank you to all who participated!
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.
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.
As the dryer weather, the cooler temperatures and the shorter days of an Omaha fall set in, the prairie plantings by the Truhlsen Eye Institute and Lot 64 look different.
The med center will hold a tree planting event on Thursday, Oct. 6, and the campus community is invited.
#WeAreUNMC BBQ from 3:30-6 p.m. today at the Ruth and Bill Scott Student Plaza.
On Monday, Aug. 1, all med center employees will be required to have registered for TravelSmart in order to use their ID badges to ride Metro transit buses.