During Earth Week 2020, UW Tacoma is recognizing the hard work of the Facilities Services team in resource conservation, including a 40% reduction in energy use intensity between 2014 and 2018.
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The calendar is full of virtual events through which you can get engaged with Earth Day 2020, one which promised to be an Earth Day unlike any other.
Local high-school students teamed up with UW Tacoma's Giving Garden to create habitats for bees and other pollinators.
UW Sustainability recognizes Sarah McDaniel, ’19, and staff member Sean Schmidt for their work to promote sustainability throughout UW.
A new UW Tacoma tradition may have started this Earth Day as students, faculty and staff launched a community-driven goods exchange rooted in an age-old tradition: the swap meet.
Senior Lecturer Ellen Moore received a "Champion of Sustainability" award at WOHESC 2019 in Seattle.
Amy Boucher, '18 Sustainable Urban Develoment, was told by a Muckleshoot tribal elder that she would be a "healer of the land." Eight years later, her calling is stronger than ever.
The UW Tacoma community will mark Earth Day 2017 throughout the month of April, with talks, campus fairs, a film screening and more.
Reusable water bottles designed by students are the latest step in an effort to reduce plastic consumption on campus.