Since 2011, a student-majority committee that includes faculty and staff has reviewed hundreds of proposals and distributed over three million dollars to over 170 sustainability-related projects and initiatives.
UT Austin's Surplus Property is moving the needle toward zero waste by promoting reuse of material no longer used on campus. Now, there are three ways people can save money and the environment!
Texas Athletics celebrated Earth Month with a number of events, including adopting a street through Keep Austin Beautiful and organizing zero waste game days.
Kudos to Texas Athletics where, according to the The Daily Texan story, six tons of waste from both baseball and softball games has been composted this season.
A new exhibit in Gearing Hall showcases a fresh, sustainable take on fashion that started with an unusual choice: undergraduate fashion design students pick material from a pile of discarded garments.
A team of staff and volunteers have UT's 2020 zero-waste goal in mind: they sort waste from campus buildings to let all know how to divert more from the landfill.
The UT Athletics Sustainability Squad sorts trash generated by football games and has so far managed to divert 12,000 pounds of material from the landfill, according the The Daily Texan.
The Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin becomes a Green Office.
Texas Athletics is reducing its impact on the environment by shorting trash produced during home games by diverting recyclables from the landfill.
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