The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been recognized this year by the Times Higher Education’s (THE) as first in the U.S. in the University Impact Rankings and 24th out of 462 universities globally.
This semester we asked Chief Sustainability Officer and Associate Vice Chancellor for Campus Enterprises Brad Ives to define each of the Three Zeros and share some of the goals and upcoming projects of the Initiative.
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Carolina has been named a Bee Campus USA affiliate, joining more than 60 other universities working to improve their ornamental landscapes to sustain pollinators. The distinction recognizes the collective strength of educational campuses nationwide to benefit pollinators.
More than 2.1 billion gallons of wastewater has been reclaimed by OWASA for sustainable use at UNC for non-drinking purposes such as in chiller plants and toilets – saving ample water, energy, and material resources – a triple win for the planet on Earth Day! In 2009, OWASA and the…
Three Zeros is supporting and promoting multiple events for the month of April that aim to support Earth Day and environmental awareness.
UNC Stormwater will break ground in the next month on an ecological advancement project at the UNC Outdoor Education Center, part of Carolina’s Campus Recreation Program, situated on a 67-acre tract of land east of main campus.