34% of the material produced during this season’s game days was diverted from landfills. Over 102 tons of material was recycled from both the stadium bowl and tailgating lots—an amount equivalent to preventing the release of 352 metric tons of CO2 emissions or taking almost 1000 cars off of the road.…
The Louisville game saw a return to a higher recycling rate of 44%
Campus Services launches new furniture management program.
The Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame (ND Energy) is dedicated to supporting energy related research and moving toward sustainable energy solutions.
Notre Dame has recently installed four electric vehicle charging stations on campus available to university staff, faculty and students.
On Tuesday, October 28th, the Harvest Festival brought over 1200 lbs of local beef, 600 lbs of local squash, and almost 500 lbs of local smelt to the North and South dining halls.
41% of materials were recycled at the University of North Carolina game.
In 112 Galvin Life Science Center, you will find jugs of bubbling green solution containing single-celled algae.
Out of the top 25 football schools, the University of Notre Dame ranked for No. 11 for its green efforts!
Green Lab Spotlight: Clinical Studies Building. While relatively far from main campus, the Clinical Studies Building is close to Notre Dame’s sustainability goals.
A third of all of the material from the Michigan game was recycled!
The Office of Sustainability welcomes two new team members, Annie Christianson and Dana Bakirtjy
Food Services used almost 2.5 tons of locally sourced food for the Opening Picnic this year!
Is your room looking far more crowded than it did in August? If so, the Old2Gold donation pick-up sites popping up across campus will surely be a welcome sight!
The Green Office Certification is an initiative from the Office of Sustainability designed to engage faculty and staff with the University’s strategic goals of reducing carbon emissions and increasing waste diversion.
The results are in for this year’s RecycleMania competition, and the University of Notre Dame has once again improved its rankings from last year, finishing in the top 25%.
On Earth day at 9PM, the Dome’s lighting was changed from its traditional methods and was switched to LED lighting for the first time.
Hotter temperatures, increasing wildfire, shifting vegetation, and other impacts of climate change challenge national park managers to adapt resource management and conserve the forest carbon.
For the second straight year, Notre Dame’s club sports teams worked to keep our campus clean from litter.
Waste-Free Wednesdays are held at both dining halls during the month of April and encourage students to take only what they need and to avoid wasting food.