Coming soon to campus: a dining checkout line that generates energy from customers’ footsteps and a cooler, more efficient rooftop greenhouse. The two projects are the first to be supported by a new UW–Madison Green …
The Green Office program gives offices of any size the knowledge and resources to become more sustainable, both economically and environmentally. By becoming certified through the program, an office signifies that they have made a …
Seven student projects will address a range of community needs, including household energy solutions, mass incarceration, fresh produce access, sexual assault, and more.
UniverCity is now seeking faculty and staff interested in partnering on projects in economic development, affordable housing, county service use, and water quality.
A new grant from the USDA will support UW research on the relationships among dairy farm operations, water use and quality, and energy use.
The UniverCity Alliance brings together students, faculty and research centers from across the UW–Madison campus to provide communities with resources to help develop solutions for urban growth and development issues.
Researchers in the new REMADE institute will focus on improving sustainable manufacturing and on an education and workforce development program to fill identified gaps.
April 26, 2016 | by University Housing staff As more than 7,400 students prepare to move out of the university residence halls, the UW–Madison Division of University Housing is asking for volunteers to help residents …
A new UW–Madison initiative to help boost urban sustainability in Wisconsin has landed its first partner: the city of Monona.
Adolph Okine, a first-year Ph.D. student studying actuarial science at the Wisconsin School of Business, took an innovative statistical approach to predicting the negative effects of climate change on agriculture, and it paid off.