sustainability

Oct 19, 2017  |  Events

Take Home a Bit of Campus

NC State Grounds and Building Services will hold a yard sale on Friday, Nov. 3, of bricks, pavers and firewood recycled from various parts around campus.

Oct 19, 2017  |  Students

Students Start Business to Tackle Textile Waste

NC State students and Park Scholars Emily Neville and Carly Kvietok launched Reborn Clothing Co. to revive clothes you no longer wear into new, useful products.

Oct 19, 2017  |  Campus Life

Certify Your Workplace, Campus Event for Sustainability

NC State’s University Sustainability Office offers certification for campus workplaces and campus events that incorporate sustainability practices.

Oct 12, 2017  |  The Abstract

Tracing Subglacial Water Storage

Some 70 percent of the world’s population consumes water that has glacial input, so it’s important to understand how these icy giants operate.

Sep 14, 2017

It’s Sustainability – Gamified

Learning through play isn’t just for babies and toddlers. Games are a good way for older children and adults to learn, too.

Aug 31, 2017  |  Campus Life

Carter-Finley Expands Compost Effort

When the Wolfpack returns to Carter-Finley Stadium for its first home football game, so will composting and recycling in order to reduce gameday waste.

Aug 17, 2017  |  Campus Life

This Lab Went Paperless and Saved $30,000

The $105 lab manual once required for a popular NC State biotechnology course is now history. Learn why.

Aug 16, 2017  |  Campus Life

A Walk Around Campus

Not every step on NC State's campus has to be on a brick sidewalk or plaza. In fact, you can spend an entire day walking the Wake County edges of the university, from Yates Mill County Park to a pasture adjacent to William B. Umstead State Park, and seldom leave NC State property.

Aug 9, 2017  |  Campus Life

No Bike? No Problem: Campus Bike Share Is Here

This fall, NC State welcomes LimeBike, a campus bike sharing service.

Jul 27, 2017  |  Students

Architecture Students Design, Build

A student-built facility will help advance productivity of the campus Agroecology Education Farm, which grows sustainable farm-to-fork produce for university dining halls.