UC Sustainability

UC Sustainability

The University of Cincinnati recognizes its role as a leader in sustainable practice, research, and education. UC seeks to consider the environmental, social, and economic impacts of its decisions and commits to incorporating the concept of sustainability into its academic and research programs; the design, operation, and maintenance of its buildings and landscapes; and its organizational structure and management.

Events & Programs

All events are free and open to the public, unless otherwise noted.

March 3rd: Spring Sustainability Lecture with PUSH Buffalo

The University of Cincinnati Office of Sustainability, in partnership with Hamilton County Planning and Development and UC’s College of DAAP, is pleased to present our Spring Sustainability Lecture with Aaron Bartley. Aaron is the co-founder and executive director of PUSH (People United for Sustainable Housing) Buffalo, a “membership-based community organization” engaging in “democratic, action-oriented” neighborhood redevelopment”. Free and open to the public.

March 16th: Panel on Fossil Fuel Divestment

This February, the University of Cincinnati will host a panel discussion about socially responsible investment, including fossil fuel divestment. See the links below for background information on socially responsible investment, the Fossil Free movement, and opinion.