Sustainable Carolina is working with partners across campus to reduce waste going to the landfill. The latest program to launch is a limited-time recycling initiative for disposable face masks.
Anthropogenic emissions and their impact on severe weather events such as hurricanes are becoming a spotlight issue in our changing climate.
Whether you’re washing your hands in a campus bathroom or filling up your water bottle in your dorm, the water that you’re using at UNC makes a lot of stops before it reaches you.
Water springing from a granite ridge millions of years in the making is a main reason for Carolina’s location. Here’s a look at how that water flowing under and through campus becomes the University’s Meeting of the Waters Creek.
As part of its goal to tell the story of campus sustainability, Sustainable Carolina released a report today that highlights results and progress for the year of 2021. The report aims to provide highlights of sustainability endeavors within operations, student organizations, research, academics, and community engagement at UNC-Chapel Hill.