Net-Zero Near Antarctica
A unique building design competition provides NC State engineering students with real-world experience.
Certified Sustainable: University Housekeeping Showcases Innovation
NC State’s nearly 300 housekeepers clean campus more effectively and sustainably than ever, and University Housekeeping is looking to raise the bar even more.
Students Explore Environmental Justice
During spring break, 10 students and 2 staff advisers toured North Carolina to learn about environmental issues impacting soil, air, water and people.
Sustainability Earns Campus, Community Awards
Sustainability-related projects and progress have been honored with several campus and community awards.
Green Brick Awards Honor Sustainability Achievements
Three members of the NC State community, a student organization and an innovative waste-reducing project were honored with Green Brick Awards from the NC State Sustainability Council on April 20, 2017, for outstanding contributions to sustainability.
Students Raise Awareness Of Rocky Branch Creek Cleanup Efforts
In April 2017, part of Talley Student Union featured a student-organized display of waste and recyclable items collected on campus along Rocky Branch Creek. Here...
Sailing Club Anchored In Its Sustainability Commitment
One of the oldest club sports at NC State is taking sustainability seriously. The quality of their sport depends on it.
Reynolds Coliseum Achieves LEED Silver For Sustainability
NC State University’s recent renovation of its Reynolds Coliseum has earned national sustainability certification from the U.S. Green Building Council.
April Is Earth Month At NC State
April brings warmer temperatures, signs of spring and NC State’s Earth Month, the university’s annual focus on the planet and sustainability.
Campus Welcomes First Bus Stop With Solar Power
At the Dan Allen Drive bus stop, you can recharge with free renewable energy courtesy of a solar-powered charging station.