The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has recognized IUPUI as an Individual Conference Champion of the 2016-17 College & University Green Power Challenge for using more green power than any other school in The Summit League.
Three students from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis attended the 2017 Food, Waste, and Hunger Summit, or Summit Squared, on March 24-25.
The Second Annual Indiana University Statewide Sustainability Summit on Feb. 3 brought together those involved in sustainability from IU campuses across the state to share their ideas, insights and concerns.
University Hall at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis has become the fifth officially certified green building on campus, reflecting a commitment to sustainable construction by Indiana University. A sixth IUPUI building is expected to join that list later this year.
Last week, Indianapolis city workers began removing up to 77 trees along Michigan Street that must be cleared to provide space for the conversion of the street to two-way traffic, a project expected to be concluded by fall 2017.
Join IUPUI Sustainability as we plant 25 trees on IUPUI's campus in celebration of Arbor Day. RSVP required for this event: http://bit.ly/2o3mnIU>> Read More
Join IUPUI Sustainability and IUPUI Food Services to learn how you can reduce your food waste. #StopFoodWasteDay>> Read More
Pick up some fresh, local produce at IUPUI's monthly Fresh Produce Market! Chef Roger will also have a special dish that uses the produce for sale from 11-1. Bring your reusable bag for $1 off a purchase of $5+.>> Read More