April 14, 2014 | by Sarah Olson The Wisconsin Union and University Housing could save more than $700,000 combined if they stopped printing individual transaction receipts for the next 15 years, according to research presented at the Sustainability Lunch HOUR (Highlight of Undergraduate Research) March 28.
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Second Sustainability Lunch HOUR highlights campus receipt reduction and waste management and conservation policy
Nearly 100 campus and community thinkers and doers gathered April 4 to launch UW–Madison’s interdisciplinary climate change solutions competition, Climate Quest.
April 18th, 12-1pm, 140 Science Hall. The final Lunch HOUR of the semester will feature student research on styrofoam re-use networks, campus energy sources, and battery recycling.
We are looking for dynamic presentations that describe proven practices, push the leading edge of the profession, and motivate the pursuit of excellence relating to the Sustainable Urban Environment.