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Companies Urged to Fortify Supply Chains From Climate Change Disruption
A new report from HSBC and The Sustainability Consortium helps companies understand how and why climate change risks should be addressed within supply chains.
U of A Student Receives Recognition From Udall Scholarship Foundation
Sophie Hill, a University of Arkansas honors junior from Bentonville, has received an honorable mention from the Morris K. and Stewart L. Udall Scholarship Foundation.
Chartwells Celebrates Earth Day
The Chartwells team donned face masks and gloves to pick up debris along the Oak Ridge Trail, while also maintaining physical distance, in honor of Earth Day.
University of Arkansas Celebrates Earth Day's 50th Anniversary Today
This Earth Day, students, faculty and staff are invited to engage in collective actions apart, including participating in webinars, walking dogs, picking up trash, riding bicycles, and staying healthy.
Engineers to Work on Cybersecurity for Systems Linking Solar Power to Grid
A $3.6 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy is part of $128 million dedicated to new projects that advance solar technologies.
Sustainability Minor Offers New Opportunities to Include Service Learning Courses
Service learning courses along with a paper and an Earth Day poster may be substituted to satisfy the sustainability minor's capstone requirement.
E-Scooter Program Expanded
VeoRide has introduced 250 new electric scooters to their micro mobility fleet serving the UA campus and Fayetteville. Veoride launched a fleet of 440 electric and non-electric bicycles in the fall of 2018.
Fay Jones School Professor Serves as Editor of New 'Sustainable Residential Landscapes' Book
A new book edited by Carl Smith, a professor at the University of Arkansas, explores sustainable residential design and planning for global communities in the 21st century.
University Recreation to Host Its Annual Celebrate Cycle Competition
University Recreation is hosting its annual Celebrate Cycle competition against the University of Georgia from Feb. 24-28. Attend any of several cycling events to add your mileage to the total.
Scoot Through Campus: New E-Scooter Safety Tips
E-scooters arrived on campus in the fall and as the weather trends warmer throughout the spring, their use on campus is expected to grow.