Interviews with participants in the PALS program in Anne Arundel County.
News & Events
UMD alumnus Jason Gates was presented with a Waste360 40 Under 40 Award for the tech innovations his startup Compology have brought to the waste industry.
Associate Professor David Tilley and Research Associate Jose-Luis Izursa M.S. ’01, Ph.D. ’08 in the Department of Environmental Science and Technology have developed the Living Umbrella to replace the drab canvas of typical awnings with colorful flowers and vines.
The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) approved TWO offshore wind projects for the state.
Have a look at some of the sustainability highlights from the spring 2017 semester at University of Maryland.
Staff members at University of Maryland share their experiences being a part of the Green Office Program, started in 2011 by the Office of Sustainability.
The University of Maryland Fraternity and Sorority Life community once again held their Spring Fest Dumpster Painting Competition.
In efforts to promote the increased bikeability of the City of College Park, Mayor Patrick Wojahn proclaimed May as Bicycle Month for the city.
Choreographer Chelsea Boyd Brown's collaborative project, abun[dance], explores the idea of sustainable structures in our relationships, our anatomy, our homes, and our planet.
For a second-straight year, the Chesapeake Bay posted a passing grade and one of its highest-ever scores in an evaluation state environmental scientists have conducted for the past three decades.
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan recently announced a bill authorizing $7.5 million in funding to create the Maryland Energy Innovation Institute (MEI2) at the University of Maryland (UMD), an initiative that will catalyze clean energy research programs at academic institutions in the state and attract and develop private investment in clean energy innovation and commercialization. The institute will bolster economic jobs in the clean energy industry sector in Maryland, and also promote the deployment of clean energy technology throughout the state.
For the third consecutive year, a University of Maryland team has taken high honors in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) fifth annual Campus RainWorks Challenge in which college teams collaborate to design an innovative green infrastructure project for their respective campus. More than 60 student teams from 30 states submitted innovative green infrastructure designs for this latest competition.