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Do More, Mow Less
No Mow May at NC State promotes pollinators and wellness.
How to Buy Cut Flowers Locally
Many consumers aren’t aware that 80% of the cut flowers purchased in the U.S. are imported from countries like the Netherlands, Colombia, Ecuador and Kenya.
Five Black Leaders Who Are Elevating the Field of Natural Resources
These NC State faculty, staff and students are building knowledge, justice, and sustainability for all.
Making Mail More Sustainable
Campus Mail Services has implemented several sustainable practices that reduce waste on campus.
Project Boosts Sustainability at Lake Raleigh
A project is afoot to enhance the hiking trails at Lake Raleigh Woods on NC State’s Centennial Campus.
Four Questions About Environmental Justice
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity hosted a workshop to highlight environmental justice and why it matters in North Carolina and around the country.
The nation’s oldest town chartered by African-Americans rallies to recover from last year’s devastating storm. NC State faculty and students join a team of experts helping them chart a sustainable course for the future.
Sharing Sustainability In Senegal
A study abroad experience in Scotland and an Alternative Service Break trip to Belize are how NC State graduate Jack Alcorn ended up in Senegal.
Big Data, Sensors to Transform Cities
Martin O’Malley, former governor of Maryland, told a Centennial Campus conference that new technologies developed through public-private partnerships would drive the creation of smart cities.
NC State Lifelong Learning Program Cultivates Interest In Sustainability
In NC State's lifelong learning program for adults age 50 and older, many of the most popular programs relate to sustainability. That’s no coincidence.