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News & Events
Join the College of Computer, Mathematical & Natural Sciences for a special screening of the film "Between Earth and Sky: Climate Change on the Last Frontier" followed by a discussion with the film's executive producer.
The UMD Green Housing Associate, Lee-Ellen Myles led the January Alternative Breaks New Orleans team to brave chilly weather and plant 320 native trees in the flood area of Bonnet Carré Spillway to reduce erosion.
Join us for lunch to learn from an expert about sustainable practices and recycling. The kick-off issue awareness roundtable will feature Ruthie Mundell, Outreach and Education Director, Community Forklift, a nonprofit reuse center for home improvement supplies that specializes in reducing construction waste through recycling.
Sustainable Tuesdays take place on Tuesdays during the spring semester at 5:00pm, featuring various UMD and state of Maryland sustainability experts.
Please join Dr. John Holdren and the University of Maryland Global Sustainability Initiative for an interactive discussion that looks ahead to the future of US science and technology policy.
Implications of sustainable development considerations for comparability across nationally determined contributions
A Nature Climate publication with CGS Director Nathan Hultman as a co-author provides a foundation for assessing how comparability across NDCs could be better understood in the larger context of sustainability.
UMD Joins Top Research Universities to Form International Coalition to Accelerate Local Climate Action
University of Maryland announced it has joined 12 other research universities across North America in the University Climate Change Coalition, UC3, a group committed to leveraging their research and resources to help communities accelerate climate action.
Stormwater management, permitting, and pollution control is a major priority for the University of Maryland.
New for this semester, the Smart Commute points program is raffling off a Chromebook Plus. Participate by logging your sustainable commute trips and exchange your points for raffle tickets.
The Campus Pantry continues its mission to support Terps who are food insecure. Learn more about what's on the horizon in the latest edition of Terp Magazine.
University of Maryland has successfully secured $18.3 million from the Maryland Clean Energy Center (MCEC) for the development of a $21.5 million energy efficiency project to support the implementation of various energy conservation measures. The project will impact 8 on-campus buildings, such as J.M. Patterson Hall and Hornbake Library.