Events

Sustainability events are happening year-round at UofL! Don't miss out!
DateEvent
Oct. 23-29, 2017I Commit To... Campus Sustainability Day 2015UofL Sustainability Week - Oct. 23-29, 2017
A full week of events to celebrate, raise awareness, and engage your passions for environmental, social & economic justice! Events include:
Fall 2017UofL Free Store logoUofL Free Store
Mondays & Wednesdays, 11am-2pm, Unitas Tower basement
UofL’s Free Store is open every Monday and Wednesday 11am-2pm throughout the Fall in the Unitas Tower basement (enter from driveway off Cardinal Blvd). Students & employees are welcome to "shop" for free clothing, shoes, household items, books, school & art supplies, non-perishable food, etc. Donations are accepted any time in the red bins outside the Store. UofL promotes an inclusive environment for all, regardless of gender identity and/or gender expression. The Free Store is a Transgender-Friendly space. Help us keep useful stuff out of the landfill while helping those in need – Volunteers are needed each week to open the store and sort donations.To volunteer, contact UofL's Zero Waste Intern: Erin Kurtz (erin.kurtz@louisville.edu, 502-298-6673). Follow on  .
Oct. 23, 2017Mindful, Meatless Monday
Monday, Oct. 23rd, 1-5pm, SRC & Humanities Quad
To kick off UofL Sustainability Week 2017, the Sustainability Council, Office of Health Promotion, UofL Dining, and Intramurals & Recreational Sports will collaborate to highlight the links between sustainability and mindfulness practices! Events include:
  • 1-2pm  Restorative Yoga class (SRC 201) - free for SRC members. Equipment provided.
  • 2:30-4pm  Vegetarian Cooking Demos & Mindful Snacking (Humanities Quad) - Stop by to learn some simple, easy, affordable recipes you can make in a dorm and taste delicious, healthy food in a brief workshop on eating.
  • 4-5pm  Yoga Flow class (SRC 200) - free for SRC members. Equipment provided.
This is a UofL Sustainability Week event!
Oct. 25, 201710th Annual Campus Sustainability Day Fair
Wednesday, Oct. 25th 10am-2pm, Humanities Quad
  • Join us for the 10th annual celebration of all things sustainable at UofL and in our community! Learn what campus and community groups are doing to create a sustainable revolution. Sign-up to get involved and leave with some green freebies, great information, and a smile on your face!
  • Take the Cards Go Green Pledge and earn an ethically-sourced reusable mug that you can fill with Fair Trade, shade-grown coffee provided by UofL Dining, award-winning tap water from the Louisville Water Company, or a bike blender smoothie from the Office of Health Promotion!
  • Learn about all of UofL's Transportation Alternatives and get hands-on, personalized guidance in how to use UofL's Bike Fix-It Stations! Bring your bike for a tune-up!
  • The Honors Student Council will be collecting books, CDs, DVDs, Blu-Rays, vinyl records, video games, board games, and any other media for their 2018 Book and Media SaleBook and Media Sale (BAMS) with full proceeds benefiting Americana Community Center.
  • The Volunteer In Jamaica Opportunity Network (VIJON) will be collecting used sports equipment (especially soccer, tennis and basketball) to give to kids in Jamaica at their sports camps.
  • UofL Environmental Health & Safety will be collecting all kinds of batteries for recycling, including: Alkaline (A, AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt); Button-cell; Lithium; Nickel-cadmium (Ni-Cad); Nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH); Lead and Lead-acid; Carbon-zinc; and Mercury batteries.
  • Shred-It will offer free shredding and recycling of documents, videotapes, and computer diskettes from their truck in the circle in front of the College of Business 10am - 2pm.
If you'd like to host a sustainability-related booth or activity at the Campus Sustainability Day fair, please contact UofL Sustainability Coordinator, Justin Mog. This is a UofL Sustainability Week event!
ThursdaysGray Street Farmers’ MarketGray St Farmers Mrkt Logo
Thursdays, 10:30am‒1:30pm (May 18 to Oct. 25)
Health Sciences Center, 485 E. Gray St.

With 11 unique local vendors, you'll find the finest in farm-fresh local products, including fruits, vegetables, pasture-raised meat & eggs, popcorn, honey & syrup, jams, granola, bread & baked goods, flowers, plants, prepared lunches, food trucks, and more. Cash, debit cards, SNAP benefits, and Senior Vouchers accepted! Open weekly rain or shine. Watch Vendor Spotlights and our 20/20 Talks on food and sustainability at the GSFM YouTube Channel! Access our collection of delicious recipes for local products. More info: GSFM website, contact Market Manager, Melissa Schreck, or follow on Facebook.
Oct. 26 - Nov. 16, 2017 Learn to Surf: Learn Mindfulness to Reduce Stress & Navigate the Waves of Life
Thursdays, Oct. 26, Nov. 2, Nov. 9, Nov. 16
3:45 - 5pm, SAC W309K
Instructor: Katrina Kaufman

Registration Required!
The Office of Health Promotion is offering this 4-session workshop on basic mindfulness free for students (register online here). Faculty and staff are also welcome (email katrina.kaufman@louisville.edu to register). This is a UofL Sustainability Week event!
Oct. 27, 2017Sustainability Summit 2017 - Resilience, Equity & Climate ChangeLouisville Sustainability Summit: Resilience, Equity & Climate Change
Friday, Oct. 27th, 8am-4pm.
Kentucky Center for African American Heritage (1701 W Muhammad Ali Blvd)
Registration here: $7 students, Free Community Tickets (Apply here by 10/25), $15-$50 others
The Louisville Sustainability Council and the Metro Louisville Office of Sustainability invite you to the 4th annual Louisville Sustainability Summit! This year’s Summit will focus on why climate change is a high priority issue in Louisville, how we are planning for it, and what we as individuals, neighborhoods, and businesses can do to help transition to a more equitable and climate resilient Louisville. This year's keynote speaker will be Vanessa Keith, author of 2100: A Dystopian Utopia – The City After Climate Change. Vanessa is a registered architect and the Principal of Studioteka Design, an award-winning architecture firm she founded in 2003. Studioteka approaches design through a multidisciplinary lens that spans the boundaries between architecture, economic and social development, and urban and environmental concerns. Vanessa is especially interested in innovative sustainable design and the issues faced by cities as they adapt to climate change, as well as in design-oriented technical and engineering solutions to environmental problems. Full details on Sustainability Summit websiteThis is a UofL Sustainability Week event!
Oct. 27, 2017Sustainability Roundtable: Global Politics of Climate ChangesUStain stacked icon
Friday, Oct. 27th, 11am-noon, Urban Studies Room 123 (426 W Bloom St)

Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am through Nov. 10th! Our guest for UofL Sustainability Week will be Dr. Rodger Payne (Political Science), speaking on Global Politics of Climate Change. The format is a 30-40 minute presentation from a variety of speakers, followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro. This is a UofL Sustainability Week event!
Oct. 27, 2017Pollinator-Friendly Urban Studies Horticulture ZoneNative Plants & Pollinators Workshop
Friday, Oct. 27, noon-1pm, Garden Commons at the Cultural Center
For UofL Sustainability Week, the Garden Commons at the Cultural Center will feature a special workshop on the vital role of native plants and pollinators, both of which are vital not only to healthy functioning ecosystems, but to food production as well! Come learn secrets for how to care for, protect, and advance these special creatures here in Louisville from our expert guest, Hart Hagan, director of the Louisville chapter of Wild Ones. The Garden Commonsis open to participation any time from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to share in the harvest! Connect with us and get all the details on our Facebook Page.
Oct. 28, 2017Central Park Fall Improvement Day
Saturday, Oct. 28th, 8:30am-Noon, Central Park

The Old Louisville Neighborhood Council again invites our UofL neighbors to help with the annual Central Park Fall Improvement Day! The Neighborhood Council, Metro Parks, Olmstead Parks Conservancy, Louisville Metro Brightside and Councilman David James request the University’s help in this worthy project. Volunteers will gather at 8:30am in the Old Louisville Neighborhood Visitor Center located in the park, then head out to clean-up the Park for fall and winter seasons. Work activities will include placing mulch, painting light poles in the park and other light work activities. Coffee, donuts and fruit will be available and a pizza lunch will be served at noon for all volunteers. Tools, gloves and wheelbarrows will be available. In the past, similar clean-ups have attracted between 20 and 40 individuals from the University. This is a UofL Sustainability Week event!
Oct. 28, 2017Volunteer Day: Tree Planting in Jeffersonville, IN
Saturday, Oct. 28th, 9-11:30am, Downtown Jeffersonville (meet at Wall Street United Methodist Church - 240 Wall St.)
The City of Jeffersonville's Department of Planning and Zoning is seeking volunteers to help with their tree planting efforts!  The new trees will grow up to provide shady sidewalks, cleaner air, and stormwater filtration. A tutorial will be provided on how to best plant the young trees. Water and snacks will be available. This is a UofL Sustainability Week event!Sign up here!
SundaysUofL Community CompostingUofL Community Composting Volunteer Day
Every Sunday, Noon-2pm, 250 E. Bloom St. (one block north of Cardinal Blvd. between Brook & Floyd Streets - map here)
Come help us turn “trash” into treasure as we manage UofL’s volunteer-powered community composting operation. Dress to get dirty. Tools provided. Learn about worm composting and becoming a UofL EcoRep! All participants will be welcome to haul back home some rich UofL compost for their own gardening projects in whatever containers/vehicles they bring. This is a weekly service opportunity throughout the year. Contact: Brian Barnes, 502-338-1338.
Nov. 1, 2017Farm To Table Fall 2017Farm-To-Table Dinner & Josh Smith Memorial Sustainability Award Ceremony
Wednesday, Nov. 1st, 5-8pm, Red Barn

Come celebrate the Harvest with a special Farm-To-Table dinner featuring six different dining stations and representatives from seven local producers. We’ll be making cocktails from Maker’s Mark Bourbon and we’ll be showcasing some incredible produce from local farms.
The Sustainability Council will also be presenting our inaugural Josh Smith Memorial Sustainability Award at the event.
We will also be collecting your old pumpkins, jack-o-lanterns, and other fall harvest decorations for composting at the Red Barn throughout the day.
Tickets are available now at any UofL Dining location, or at the door. Students may use two meal plan swipes to access this unique event.
Nov. 2, 2017West Louisville Economic & Community Development Forum
Thursday, Nov. 2nd, 9am-1pm, KY Center for African American Heritage (1701 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd)
The goal of this conference organized by UofL's College of Arts & Sciences is to engage and empower stakeholders who are passionate about rebuilding and sustaining healthy, vibrant, and sustainable communities with information on strategies and resources  available to effect positive change in our community. The schedule will be as follows:
Registration: 8 – 8:45 AM
Program & Breakouts: 9 AM – 1 PM
Luncheon Honoree: Mr. Charlie Johnson, Civic and Community Leader, Philanthropist
For more information, please call 502-852-3042.
Nov. 2, 2017Spray Paint Efficiency Training
Thursday, Nov. 2nd, noon-4pm OR 4:30-8:30pm, Room 207, Burhans Hall, Shelby Campus
$85 Registration required by Oct. 30th
The Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center is offering a Training in Spray Paint Efficiency co-hosted by the Environmental Sustainability Resource Center at the University of Louisville's Shelby Campus. The training will help painters and managers of any kind of paint shop save money and protect worker health. Two sessions are offered to choose from: an afternoon session from noon to 4:00 p.m. EDT (registration and lunch at 11:30 a.m.); and an evening session from 4:30 to 8:30 p.m. EDT (registration at 4:00 p.m and dinner at 6:00 p.m.) This hands-on training will help participants reduce paint material costs, save money, improve air quality, and meet environmental standards. A virtual paint booth will be utilized to improve technique. Upon completing the training, painters improve their spray efficiency by an average of 20 percent. For most shops, this improvement makes a significant difference.
Fridays,
Fall 2017
Garden Commons WorkdayGarden Commons Fall Workdays
Fridays, Noon-1pm, Garden Commons at the Cultural Center
Join us in UofL's organic garden for our group workdays! Learn (by doing) how to grow hyper-local, super-delicious vegetables, herbs, and fruits! Anyone can work in the garden any time, but we'll gather together every Friday throughout the fall semester (Aug. 25 - Dec. 8) from noon to 1pm to plant, weed, water, and harvest. No prior experience necessary. Tools & gloves provided. The Garden Commonsis open to participation any time from students, staff, faculty, and community members. Everyone who comes is welcome to share in the harvest! Connect with us and get all the details on our Facebook Page.
Nov. 8, 2017The Evidence of Things Done: Learning Lessons of Struggle in the 21st CenturyThe Evidence of Things Done: Learning Lessons of Struggle in the 21st Century
Wednesday, Nov. 8th, 5:30pm, duPont Manual High School Auditorium
Dr. Rhonda Y. Williams will be the 11th Annual Anne Braden Memorial lecturer. Williams will deliver the performance-lecture "The Evidence of Things Done: Learning Lessons of Struggle in the 21st Century." Dr. Williams, a historian and the Inaugural Director of the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve, is currently John L. Seigenthaler Chair in American History at Vanderbilt University. She is the author of Concrete Demands: The Search for Black Power in the 20th Century and The Politics of Public Housing: Black Women's Struggles Against Urban Inequality. Her research focuses on low-income black women’s and marginalized people’s experiences, everyday lives, politics, and social struggles; and that research contributes to the rethinking of gender, political identity, citizenship, civil rights, black liberation struggles, and interactions with the U.S. state.
A limited number of copies of Dr. Williams’s book Concrete Demands: The Search for Black Power in the 20th Century will be given out at the door on a first-come, first-served basis. Book signing to follow. As always, this event is free and open to the public. Download a copy of the lecture flyer here. Facebook event page here.
Nov. 9, 2017Social Justice Research Symposium
Thursday, Nov. 9th, 10:30am-6pm, MITC (Bigelow Hall) and Ekstrom Library
UofL's Cooperative Consortium for Transdisciplinary Social Justice Research invites community members, faculty and students to spend the day with us sharing, learning, and building community around social justice research at the University of Louisville. We are hosting Dr. Rhonda Williams, Founder and Inaugural Director of the Social Justice Institute at Case Western Reserve University and current John L. Seigenthaler Chair in American History at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Williams will also be the keynote for the 11th Annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture on the evening of November 8th sponsored by the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. The day includes lots of community-building and networking, workshops, and information about the Consortium's next grant funding round. Williams will speak during the lunch plenary. The 4pm closing plenary will inspire a new generation of activist-scholars. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required. Register here.
Nov. 10, 2017Symposium on Racial Justice in Zoning: 100 Years after Buchanan
Friday, Nov. 10th, 8:30am-2:30pm at Brandeis School of Law, Room 275
On November 5, 1917, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down Louisville’s race-based zoning ordinance in a landmark case, Buchanan v. Warley. The centennial of this famous case will be marked on Friday, November 10, 2017, at UofL's Brandeis School of Law with a national symposium on Racial Justice in Zoning: 100 Years after Buchanan. The symposium will explore current racial injustices in land use, housing, and environmental conditions, as well as the history of race and zoning in the U.S. and Louisville. It will feature presentations on eight nationally renowned scholars, four from UofL and four from other universities, as well as a presentation on redlining in Louisville. The symposium is free and open to the public, and includes a free light continental breakfast at approximately 8:30 a.m., and a free lunch at approximately 1:00 p.m., both on a first-come, first-serve basis until food runs out. Please do not confirm your attendance; just come. If you have questions, please contact Tracie Cole at tracie.cole@louisville.edu or 502-852-1230.
Nov. 10, 2017

Sustainability Roundtable: Sustainability in Jefferson County Public SchoolssUStain stacked icon
Friday, Nov. 10th, 11am-noon, Urban Studies Room 123 (426 W Bloom St)

Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am! Our final Roundtable for Fall 2017 features Elizabeth (Betsy) Ruhe (Educator, M.A. Sustainability), sharing her research on a Comprehensive Assessment and Recommendations for Sustainability in Jefferson County Public Schools (Kentucky). The format is a 30-40 minute presentation from a variety of speakers, followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability (or social-ecological resilience) can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.

Nov. 10, 2017Elephant Communication and Conservation
Friday, Nov. 10th, noon, Shumaker Research Building room 139

The Biology Department Seminar Series presents Bruce Schulte, from Western Kentucky University, sharing his research on elephant communication and conservation.
Nov. 17, 2017EcoReps Lunch & Learn Workshop: Tackling Food Waste & Greening Condos, Townhomes & Home Owner AssociationsEco-Reps logo
Friday, Nov. 17th at Noon, Ekstrom W210
Join us for our monthly EcoReps Lunch & Learn workshop featuring a free vegetarian lunch and locals making a difference in sustainability! On November 17th, we'll hear from two speakers:
1. Tonya Summerlin from Bellarmine’s Food Recovery Network on the work they are doing to get uneaten food onto the plates of Louisville's needy.
2. Patrick Hohman is the founder and instructor at Bellarmine University’s Condominium & Home Owner Association Study Project. He’s been the volunteer president of his own condo association for more than 25 years. He wrote the book Condos, Townhomes and Home Owner Associations: How to make your investment safer. One in five Americans live in this form of housing.Patrick asks: How do you persuade large chunks of the hard-to-reach residential sector to adopt more sustainable practices? By convincing local condo and HOA boards of directors, of the sustainability benefits for their “small city”.
The Sustainability Council’s EcoReps program is designed to move students, faculty & staff beyond talk to action for a more sustainable UofL! We provide basic training & resources, service opportunities, and leadership positions as a point-person & peer-to-peer advocate for sustainability. This fall, we'll continue our series of in-person workshops each month on third Fridays at noon at rotating locations around campus. Join us for lunch and bring your reusable plate, utensils, and cup to minimize waste! All are welcome. More info on EcoReps website.
Dec. 1, 2017Holiday Cards Buy Local Shopping Tour 2017
Friday, Dec. 1st, 8am-6pm, Leaves from University Club
$40 Advanced Registration Required by Nov. 17th
UofL and the Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) will take shoppers on a whirlwind tour of local shops and restaurants on the sixth annual Holiday Cards Buy Local Shopping Tour. The Holiday Cards shopping trip encourages faculty, staff, alumni and friends to buy local this holiday season and introduces them to some of the LIBA stores that help make Louisville special. Those on the tour will visit locally owned businesses in several Louisville neighborhoods. The $40 registration fee includes opening and closing receptions, door prizes and transportation to more than a dozen shops on East Market Street (NULU), Fourth Street, Frankfort Avenue and Butchertown. Activities begin with festive drinks and a light breakfast at the University Club at 8 a.m. Participants board a bus at 9 a.m. to begin their day of shopping and return to the club for a 4 to 6 p.m. reception featuring drink samples, hot hors d’oeuvres and door prizes. The tour is open to the public, but bus seating is limited. Participants must register online here. Tickets are non-refundable.
Dec. 1, 2017Green Threads Alumni & GUTS Reps Luncheon
Friday, Dec. 1st, 11:30am-1:30pm, Cultural Center Multipurpose Room

All alumni of the UofL Sustainability Council's Green Threads: Sustainability Across the Curriculum faculty workshop program and all Dean-appointed Green Unit Teams for Sustainability (GUTS) representatives are invited to join us over lunch for a lively reunion and networking opportunity. Our six newest Green Threaders from the 2017 workshop will be sharing their plans for weaving sustainability into their courses, and everyone present will have an opportunity to share updates about their work to integrate sustainability into their teaching and research. This is a great opportunity to meet across disciplines and discuss potential collaboration, whether as guest lecturers or for interdisciplinary research projects.
Dec. 13-19, 2017Alternative Service Break 2017Alternative Service Break 2017 Winter Trip
Dec. 13-19, 2017. Atlanta, GA. Apply by Oct. 19

The 2017 winter break trip to Atlanta, Georgia will be focused on the social topic of LGBTQ+ Rights & Homelessness. Alternative Service Breaks create a volunteer experience and cultural immersion for students. There is a distinct focus on community building, relational leadership, and long-term personal impact. Program outcomes are achieved through direct service, intentional reflection, and shared experience. ASB trips are not designed to be comfortable. The trips are focused on direct service and meeting the unique needs of a community. Students who choose to participate should do so with an attitude of flexibility and servant-leadership. Students who have participated in similar trips described their experiences to be both transformative and rewarding. If you have any questions regarding this application or the trip, contact asb@uoflelsb.org. See ASB's OrgSync for more info and application. Applications are due Oct. 19 on OrgSync.
Jan. 19, 2018Sustainability Roundtable: Pope Francis, Climate Change and US Catholic VoterssUStain stacked icon
Friday, Jan. 19th, 11am-noon, Urban Studies Room 123 (426 W Bloom St)

Please join us for UofL's Sustainability Roundtable series on alternating Fridays at 11am! We kick off our spring series with Dr. David Buckley (Political Science), speaking onPope Francis, Climate Change and US Catholic Voters. David asks: What impact does leadership from religious elites have on policy attitudes of followers in the general public? This talk utilizes the release of Pope Francis’s encyclical on the environment, Laudato Si, to adjudicate among contending claims regarding responsiveness to religious leadership. An original survey experiment, conducted by YouGov on a nationally representative sample of Catholic voters in late 2015, tests the impact of exposure to the Pope’s message about climate change on responses related to climate science and policy. The unique experimental design tests the impact of Francis’ message relative to a similar message from unidentified “environmental experts.” Results show that the impact of religious leadership on this issue is concentrated among those more generally skeptical of climate change and calls to address it through governmental action: Republicans, white Catholics, and regular worship attenders. In addition, beliefs about the appropriate place of religion and politics and approval of Pope Francis’ leadership plays an important part in determining the effect of treatment.  In contrast, the Pope’s message has limited effect among Catholic Democrats, likely because these individuals respond to cues from the unidentified climate experts.  The results indicate that religious leadership could play a role in altering the coalition politics of climate change in the United States, but are unlikely to eliminate the political diversity among Catholic Americans.
The format is a 30-40 minute presentation from a variety of speakers, followed by 20-30 minute open discussion. Please feel free to bring your lunch! Anyone with an interest in sustainability can give talks at the speaker series and participate in the audience, including faculty, staff, students, practitioners, teachers, government officials, and members of the public. If you would like to give a presentation, or would like to hear a particular speaker, please contact Daniel DeCaro.
Spring 2018Ecolympics LogoEcolympics 2018
Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet!

RecycleMania! - February 4th to March 31st, 2018
A friendly annual competition among North American universities. During this 8 week period, UofL will compete to reduce waste, increase recycling & composting, and raise conservation awareness across all three campuses! Keep up with the Cards progress at the RecycleMania website.
  • Help the Cards to victory by avoiding disposables (bring your own mug, bottle, plate, etc.) and fully utilizing UofL’s amazingly easy, single-stream recycling system that lets you recycle everything in the same bin, RecycleMania Logoeverywhere on campus: all types of plastic, paper, cardboard, metal, and glass! Details on what you can recycle at UofL here.
  • We're now collecting food wastes for composting from all Campus Housing locations and adding those numbers to UofL's organics recycling totals! Look for a compost collection bin in your residence hall's common kitchen or trash room, and add your organic wastes to our totals! Please no animal/dairy products or liquids, but otherwise, if it came from a plant, we want to compost it: fruit & vegetable wastes/peels/rinds/seeds, bread, pasta, rice, tea bags, coffee grounds/filters, even paper products (tissues, towels, napkins, plates, cups, newspaper, etc.).
Campus Conservation Nationals - Dates TBA
 Live on campus? Win with conservation!UofL residence halls will compete amongst each other and battle together against campuses across the country to see who can reduce electricity use the most over three weeks. All you have to do is stop wasting energy! Turn off lights/TVs/computers; unplug anything you're not actively using; skip the elevator for the stairs; close windows tightly; dry clothes on a rack/line; take quick showers or shower with solar power at the SRC; etc.
  • Make a personal commitment to reduce and keep track of each hall's progress with UofL's Building Dashboard! Click on the links below to see how much electricity your hall is using and to make a commitment to conserve!
  1. Bettie Johnson Hall 
  2. Community Park (real-time!)
  3. Kurz Hall (real-time!)
  4. Louisville Hall (real-time!)
  5. Miller Hall
  6. Threlkeld Hall
  7. Unitas Hall (real-time!)
  8. University Tower Apartments (UTA)
Prizes:
  • TBA
  • Meeting times for the Sustainability Council and its Committees are available here.
  • The Sustainability Council's anchor event each fall is Campus Sustainability Day in mid-October: Watch Video.

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