|Interview: John Wise's lab studies impact of pollution on ocean animals (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Dec. 11, 2018, starts at 10:30)|
Interview: UofL alum Cristi Smith on Greening the Holidays (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, Dec. 10, 2018)|
Interview: Ted Smith on Envirome Institute and environmental impacts on human health (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Dec. 3, 2018)|
The Fall/Winterfeatures several articles relevant to sustainability:
|Diversity Training for UofL Health Students (UofL News / WHAS, Nov. 30, 2018)|
|Take a Conservation Vacation This Holiday! (UofL Sustainability News, Nov. 26, 2018)|
Plastic Pollution ( , Issue 39 - Fall/Winter 2019, Part 1 - page 1-16, Part 2 - page 15-22, Part 3 - page 23-55).|
|Interview: Student-Led Food Recovery with Erin Kurtz & Henny Ransdell (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Nov. 19, 2018, starts 14:20)|
UofL suffers “major decline” in African American faculty (The Louisville Cardinal, Nov. 9, 2018)|
UofL’s “bleeding” of black faculty represents a bigger problem (The Louisville Cardinal, Nov. 9, 2018)
|UofL installs new covered bike parking in high demand locations (UofL Sustainability News, Nov. 8, 2018)|
|What climate change means for Kentucky (The Louisville Cardinal, Nov. 7, 2018)|
|Princeton professor traces the rise of “white terror” in Anne Braden Memorial Lecture (The Louisville Cardinal, Nov. 7, 2018)|
|Louisville students relieve some stress by smashing pumpkins [for compost] (Courier-Journal, Nov. 6, 2018)|
|Students and faculty rally for trans visibility (The Louisville Cardinal, Oct. 31, 2018)|
|Sustainability Council denied Commission status (The Louisville Cardinal, Oct. 25, 2018)|
|UofL hosting global satellite mini-conference on air pollution and health (UofL News, Oct. 24, 2018)|
|UofL featured in the Princeton Review’s 2018 Guide to Green Colleges (UofL Sustainability News, Oct. 24, 2018)|
|UofL joins prestigious group advising United Nations on sustainability solutions (UofL News, Oct. 19, 2018)|
|Tonya Summerlin earns UofL's 2018 Josh Smith Memorial Sustainability Award (UofL Sustainability News, Oct. 18, 2018)|
|Newest institute named in honor of Christina Lee Brown (UofL News, Oct. 18, 2018)|
|UofL Sustainability Council releases 2017-18 Annual Report (UofL Sustainability News, Oct. 17, 2018)|
|Sustainability on cover of Louisville Cardinal for first time (UofL Sustainability News, Oct. 16, 2018)|
|UofL students leading food recovery efforts (UofL News, Oct. 15, 2018)|
|UofL’s Conn Center ready to harvest 2018 hemp crop (UofL News, Oct. 10, 2018)|
UofL researchers earn $16.4 million to explore impact of environment on diabetes & obesity (UofL News, Oct. 8, 2018)|
UofL gets $16.4M to study environment’s effect on diabetes (WFPL, Oct. 8, 2018)
UofL studies link between paper mill pollution and ovarian cancer(UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Oct. 2, 2018)|
UofL is #1 for African-Americans; Pollution's Impact on Women's Health (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Oct. 1, 2018)|
|UofL named nation’s best for serving African American students (UofL News, Sept. 26, 2018)|
|SGA launches new, free shuttle option (UofL News, Sept. 20, 2018)|
Interview: Andy Fisher, Big Hunger (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, Sept. 17, 2018)|
Interview: Andy Fisher, Big Hunger (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Sept. 17, 2018, starts at 23:20)
|President to open UofL-Yearlings Club fall forum lineup (UofL News, Sept. 13, 2018)|
Interview: UofL Students & KSEC take on Fancy Farm (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, Sept. 10, 2018)|
Interview: Trees and Health Study (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Sept. 4, 2018, starts at 27:30)|
Interview: Gilderbloom on Sustainable Neighborhoods (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, Sept. 3, 2018, starts at 20:30)|
|Diversity on the move to Strickler Hall (The Louisville Cardinal, Sept. 2, 2018)|
|Movement to ban plastic straws (WHAS-11, Aug. 16, 2018)|
|Grants to UofL provide research into connections between green environment and human health (UofL News, Aug. 2, 2018)|
|Get Back to the TAP this Fall (UofL Sustainability News, Aug. 1, 2108)|
Grawemeyer Award winner, Robert Sternberg on Successful Intelligence (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, July 30, 2018)|
|UofL researcher wants to clear icy bridges with geothermal heating (UofL News, July 26, 2018)|
A check for change - Student Sustainability Fund (UofL Magazine, Summer 2018, p. 17)|
|Interview: Jay Whitacre, winner of UofL’s Leigh Ann Conn Prize for Renewable Energy (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, June 28, 2018, begins at 14:00)|
Interview: Mark McGinley on more efficient manufacturing of concrete (UofL Today with Mark Hebert, June 26, 2018, begins at 21:42)|
Interview: Mondragon's Coopeartive Economics (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, June 25, 2018)|
UofL's African American Male Initiative (UofL News, June 25, 2018)|
University of Louisville launches the Envirome Institute with $5M gift (UofL News, June 19, 2018)
UofL Envirome Institute director talks air pollution, e-cigarettes and trees (Insider Louisville, June 20, 2018)
|New free, electric LouLift shuttle between Belknap Campus and downtown (UofL Sustainability News, June 18, 2018)|
|2018 UofL graduate lands job as Grand Canyon park ranger (UofL News, June 15, 2018)|
Interview: Kentucky-Princeton Undergraduate Summer Institute on Inequality (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, June 11, 2018)|
|UofL studies geothermal energy as a solution to icy bridges in Kentucky (UofL CEED News, May 22, 2018)|
Capstone Studio Project: Visioning Smoketown Greenspaces (Sustainability Now!, FORward Radio, May 21, 2018)|
|UofL's Carbon Emissions Rise, Reinvestment Needed (UofL Sustainability News, May 18, 2018)|
Existing institute renamed, will look at aspects of environment on health (UofL School of Medicine, May 17, 2018)|
|SIGS celebrates graduate diversity during annual event (UofL News, May 15, 2018)|
Carbon Neutral (Sustain: A Journal of Environmental and Sustainability Issues, Issue 38, Spring/Summer 2018)|
- Shrinking Emissions & Expanding Minds at the University of Louisville, p. 16-25.
UofL's Zero Waste partnership with Goodwill Industries (WAVE 3 Listens Live, April 23, 2018)|
|UofL joins nationwide initiative to grow community partnerships (UofL News, April 17, 2018)|
|UofL’s Sarah Nunez featured in ‘A Force for Good’ community billboard campaign (UofL News, April 13, 2018)|
|Gender identity ‘gatekeeper’ removed from UofL HR process (UofL News, April 13, 2018)|
The Winter/Spring 2018 issue of UofL Magazine features several articles relevant to sustainability:
|Beer with a Scientist: The epic battle between superbugs and humans (UofL News, April 12, 2018)|
|UofL students & staff celebrate trees (UofL News, April 9, 2018)|
|Women’s soccer team plants trees for Arbor Day (The Louisville Cardinal, April 8, 2018)|
Environmental Science for a Day (UofL News, March 15, 2018)|
UofL hosts middle schoolers for a Day of Science(UofL News, March 27, 2018)
|UofL to Launch a Sustainability Living-Learning Community (UofL Sustainability News, March 9, 2018)|
|Bettie Johnson Hall wins GOLD in Ecolympics 2018! (UofL Sustainability News, March 9, 2018)|
|UofL Students study solutions for Metro Impound Lot & water quality (Sustainability Now, FORward Radio, Feb. 19, 2018)|
|UofL Sport Administration team headed to the Super Bowl as Zero Waste green ambassadors (UofL News, Jan. 25, 2018)|
|Sprouts: Rural Climate Dialogues (Pacifica Radio Network, Jan. 24, 2018)|
|African American Theatre Program ready for annual MLK Celebration (UofL News, Jan. 3, 2018)|
UofL researchers study whether more trees can improve human health (UofL News, Jan. 4, 2018)|
School yard is lab for trees' relation to health (Great Day Live - UofL Today, Jan. 2, 2018)
Louisville wastewater, surface water show signs of coronavirus
Since the University of Louisville started transitioning to a new shared services model to streamline transactional business processes, nearly 7 feet worth of paper has been saved. Those savings are just from the soft launch, which was between July 21 and Aug. 15.
The University of Louisville this year was again named one of America’s greenest higher education institutions, notching a No. 43 ranking in the Sierra Club Cool Schools rankings released Sept. 6. The news reaffirmed what grad student Betsy Ruhe already knew.
U of L will add undergraduate and [eventually, in the long-run] doctorate degrees in urban sustainability, according to an announcement during the May 9 Staff Senate meeting.
UofL increased our ranking to #43 (from #73 out of 153 in 2015) in Sierra Club’s 2016 Cool Schools list.
A University of Louisville School of Nursing researcher has found that the presence of children in the home did not motivate parents to test and mitigate for radon and secondhand tobacco smoke, both of which cause lung cancer. The findings highlight a need to raise awareness on these exposure risks and their long-term impact on children.
The University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research has begun growing industrial hemp to enhance its research in fuels and manufacturing.
University of Louisville fraternity Sigma Pi worked along side the campus grounds department in April to fund, design and build a rain garden, which is located near the Speed Engineering School next to the intramural fields. The garden captures rain, adds beauty and promotes brotherhood on campus.
A patio umbrella table attracting attention outside The Red Barn is more than a place to rest during busy back-to-school season. It’s actually a Powersol Smart Hub Charger station that gets its energy solely from the solar panels installed on its umbrella and can charge phones and other devices.
Want to get downtown or down to Iroquois Park with no money or tailpipe pollution?! Well now you can!
A big group of volunteer citizen scientist volunteers came out on Saturday, June 25th to participate in the annual butterfly count at University of Louisville's Horner Wildlife Sanctuary in Oldham County.
A local school has joined a landmark health research project headed by the University of Louisville designed to use nature to tackle the health impact of busy city streets.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer announced today that the Confederate monument on Third Street on UofL’s Belknap Campus will be moved to a new location to be determined at a later date.
On April 15, the University of Louisville Eco-Reps enjoyed a unique treat: Pancakes topped with 100-percent pure maple syrup made from the sap of Belknap Campus trees.
It’s official. The University of Louisville has been rated the most sustainable college in Kentucky.
For the sixth consecutive year, the Arbor Day Foundation has named the University of Louisville a Tree Campus USA, a status awarded to colleges and universities that invest in and practice good management of their campus trees.