In 2020, UNC-Chapel Hill Chancellor Kevin Guskiewicz formed the Carolina Sustainability Council to advise him on strategies for a greener campus. From this work, the Council established Sustainable Carolina. Today, Sustainable Carolina, the University’s sustainability team, is housed within the UNC Institute for the Environment.
Carolina Creative made the Sustainable Carolina logo in 2020. The three circles are a symbol of our history and continued dedication to three goals: net zero water usage, zero waste to landfills, and net zero greenhouse gas emissions.
In addition to our primary logo below, you may also download our white and Carolina blue logo. The white logo should be used on dark backgrounds and the Carolina Blue logo may be used when the other two aren’t easily visible on a document. Consult University Branding for best practices for displaying Carolina-affiliated logos.
Visit the UNC Institute for the Environment Flickr page for recent photos from our events.
Visit the UNC Institute for the Environment Flickr page to see photos from our events.
Abigail Brewer, Communications & Engagement Specialist, Sustainable Carolina