California’s statewide recycling organization, the California Resource Recovery Association, has named UC Irvine a 2013 award winner in its “Zero Waste Achievement” category.
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American Psychological Association, Jan. 2016 Game changer Starting in the late 1950s, Joseph L. White…
Top researchers, public officials and policymakers converge at UCI to discuss extreme water shortages and how to handle them
UC Irvine is being recognized for its commitment to sustainability with a listing in The Princeton Review’s Green Honor Roll.
UC Irvine has placed first in Sierra magazine’s eighth annual ranking of the country’s “Coolest Schools,” marking the fifth consecutive year the university has been included among the top 10 “greenest” campuses nationwide.
Multidisciplinary projects focused on data science, medical humanities and water will be funded under new Interschool Academic Initiative program
UC Irvine has put another notch in its green belt with a listing in The…
Bob Perciasepe, the Environmental Protection Agency’s deputy administrator, joined the cafeteria line today at the University of California, Irvine, where he shared a zero-waste lunch with students and commended the campus on its zero-waste and food recovery achievements. UC Irvine’s zero-waste program diverts from landfills 83 percent of the campus’s total waste materials by recycling, reusing and composting. In addition, the university has increased its food waste diversion from 90 tons in 2010 to 500 tons in 2012, when it joined the EPA’s Food Recovery Challenge.
With UCI vowing to be smoke-free by Jan. 1, an expert addresses the use of alternative tobacco products
UC Irvine has landed a spot on The Princeton Review’s “Green Honor Roll,” which highlights campuses dedicated to sustainability via energy use, recycling, food services, buildings and transportation as well as academic offerings and environmental action plans.