Terps Recycle is seeking volunteers for the 2017 UMD football season to help distribute waste collection bags for tailgating and to support the Drive to Zero Waste inside the stadium.
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The Office of Sustainability is once again offering Sustainability Advisor presentations to incoming freshmen this semester.
Food Recovery Network was formed in 2011 by college students at the University of Maryland who wanted to address these issues of food waste and food insecurity, and their social and environmental impacts.
While some people rejuvenate their mind and body through yoga, reading, or taking a leisurely stroll, a programing language expert at the University of Maryland has discovered his own head-clearing process: biking to campus each day from his home in Washington, D.C.
See how students from around the globe are making huge strides toward energy efficiency in this year's U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon.
In May 2017 during the 231st ECS Meeting, we sat down with Eric Wachsman, director and William L. Crentz Centennial Chair in Energy Research at the University of Maryland Energy Research Center.
This exciting exploration into the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources demonstrates their commitment to the university's land-grant mission, research innovation, high quality educational opportunities, and return on investment for a degree in agriculture.
Meet our new Sustainability Associate and recent University of Maryland grad, Samantha Bennett! Samantha will be working with our LEAF Outreach Team and UMD Green Offices!
Maryland is doing great work to find solutions to reducing food waste with UMD founded groups Food Recovery Network and Hungry Harvest making major impacts.
The University of Maryland (UMD) and Maryland's largest brewery are committed to developing the highest quality ingredients for Maryland beer.
University of Maryland alums from Civil & Environmental Engineering and College of Computer, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences team up to tackle stormwater management issues in the Silicon Valley.
Over the next week, support local farmers and vendors every chance you get as a part of the Maryland Buy Local Challenge!