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We can all have a hand in sustainable practices. Whether it is using less air conditioning in the summer or irrigating fields with non-potable water, it takes students, faculty, staff and the administration working together to accomplish the Three Zeros goals.
As students returned to campus at the start of the school year, they unpacked carloads of clothes, bedding and dorm supplies. The move in created literally tons of waste.
A team from the Office of Waste Reduction and Recycling’s Student Move-in program were at the residence halls to sort the materials that were thrown out to make sure cardboard, Styrofoam and other recyclables didn’t make it into a landfill.
Carolina Dining Services launched new programs to reduce waste on campus and move Carolina toward its Three Zeros Environmental Initiative goals.
Robin Frohardt’s art installation at Carolina aims to bring awareness to the impact plastic has on Earth.
When fans pack into the stadium for football games this fall, they will be participating in environmentally sustainable programs athletics has implemented in support of the Three Zeros Environmental Initiative.