Found a bat in a building? The Animal Make Safe program within the UT Office of Campus Safety is available 24/7 to remove and rescue bats.
Three UT seniors start Precious Plastic Texas to minimize plastic waste on campus.
Learn all about the fox squirrel (Sciurus niger), a species that has made quite a comfortable existence for itself on the UT Austin campus.
This October, The University of Texas at Austin is joining hundreds of universities and colleges across the U.S. to celebrate sustainability on campus as Campus Sustainability Week.
The Student Services Building shows all how to make their zero waste events successful using materials created by UT Austin's Resource Recovery.
UT Austin's zero waste effort is being spear-headed by Resource Recovery, working building by building.
The University of Texas at Austin is innovating when it comes to conserving water: using drones to monitor landscapes to reduce unnecessary irrigation.
Green Fund is sparking innovative landscape design around McDonald Observatory, thanks the collaboration and reasearch of Jason Sowell and Matt O'Toole.
For the third time, UT Austin has garnered a STARS Silver rating for campus-wide efforts in sustainability from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Dr. Molly Poly writes about climate change and its impact on the Andes: "The realization that climate change is not only happening, but also having an impact on ecosystems and society, is more than most people want to face in a social situation."
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