UC Sustainability

UC Sustainability

Events & Programming

UC offers many sustainability-related programs and educational outreach, all free and open to the public.  Below are some examples of these opportunities.  Follow the links below, check our Events Calendar and sign up for our listserv, green@listserv.uc.edu, for upcoming opportunities!

UC Sustainability Fall 2016 Events

 

UC Farmers Market

11/3 10:00 - 2:00, TUC Atrium

Various local farmers, vendors, and artisans are coming to UC's campus Thursday, 11/3! Come out to support local businesses that help enhance the resilience of our local food-shed. 

Vendors coming to TUC:

Greenacres Farm, Diane's Heavenly Delights, Mt. Kofinas, The Northern Market, Garden of Eaten, Grandola Granola, and Gabriel's Place Community Farm. 

Neighborhood Clean-Up

11/9 4:00 - 7:00

UC Sustainability and Clean Up Cincy are teaming up to do a clean up of Clifton Heights! Meet at the UC Bike Kitchen at 4:00pm!

Film: Requiem for the American Dream

11/14 7:00 TUC Cinema

Join UC Sustainability presenting Noam Chomsky's Requiem for the American Dream, a film about wealth inequalty, capitalism, globalization, and the environment.

Lecture: E-Waste: Social and Environmental Ramifications

11/17 5:00 Braunstein 300

Join UC Sustaianbility in hearing from Phd. student Stephani Kim on her research exploring the social and environmental consequences of electronic waste in her focus area of China, as well as the rest of the world. 

Tour: UC Power Plant

12/1 3:30

Meet us outsideof the UC Bike Kitchen at 3:30pm and we will walk over to UC's Power Generation Plant for a tour starting at 4:00pm!

Garden Work Party

12/3 10:00 - 1:00

Help us get the UC Garden Ready for Winter and learn about what exciting projects will be taking place at the garden next Spring!

 

 

 

 

 

Outreach & Volunteer Opportunities

  • Bearcat Recycling
  • UC Garden
  • Campus Conservation Nationals
  • Make a Difference Day
  • Operation Move-In Recycle
  • Re*Use Market
  • Trees for Tomorrow

To learn more about volunteer activities on campus, visit the Center for Community Engagement.