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Make Orange Green Ambassadors is a new online program through our office that runs from May 18th to June 21st. […]

Secondhand Options: Buying things secondhand is arguably the most eco-friendly way to acquire new clothing. Because it is already made, […]

The Public Recycling Drop-Off has made some changes to protect staff and the public during this time. Plastic film/plastic bags, […]

Taking steps to be more environmentally friendly doesn’t have to be hard or expensive. One change you can make is […]

Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start when trying to reduce your waste. Here are some ideas specifically for […]

You’ve probably heard of the three R’s. If you read our blog post about the five R’s, then you know […]

There’s an exhibition at the Ewing Gallery in the Art and Architecture building called Unsustainable: A Planet in Crisis. Along […]

Refuse The first step to handle waste should be to reduce the amount that’s made in the first place. If […]

Winter break can be a wonderful time for giving gifts, eating delicious food, spending time with loved ones, and caring […]

At the University of Tennessee, collaboration is key, and this statement doesn’t just apply to our students and faculty! Many […]