Here’s how you can get a discounted Annual Membership that gives you access to thousands of bikes at hundreds of stations across the city.
The University implemented the Sustainable Building Policy in 2010, using the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification system. LEED certification aims to improve building performance across a number of significant metrics, including energy and water efficiency, waste reduction, and indoor environmental quality.
On campus and in the City of Chicago, you can recycle a huge array of items—from cardboard to computers. This directory can help you with all your recycling needs.
SAGE Ambassadors are faculty, staff, and students who, after attending a training, serve as sustainability advisors to their peers. The SAGE Ambassador training will teach you everything you need to know about environmental efforts on campus and empower you to make your office, building, or classroom more sustainable.
At the University of Chicago, we are seeking to place clear parameters and identify measurable results around what it means to be truly sustainable. The Strategic Sustainability Plan is organized around 9 areas and we approach each with aggressive focus, real metrics, and lots of enthusiasm.