Campus Carbon Calculator and CarbonMap

The Campus Carbon Calculator was originally developed by the former non-profit Clean Air - Cool Planet and Sustainability Institute at UNH in 2001 and released to the public in 2004. Usage grew to a few dozen early adopters to about 200 during the first year. Today, thousands of institutions in the U.S. and abroad, have used the Calculator, including more than 90% of the U.S. colleges and universities that publicly report their greenhouse gas emissions.

Printing Sustainably

UNH Printing and Mailing Services is committed to being a sustainably responsible print shop, and we continually make strides to become one of the greenest departments on campus. From using 100% recycled Aspen paper in all of our copiers, to using vegetable based non-oil printing inks, we are trying hard each year to make our environmental footprint a little smaller.

UNH PrintSmart Copier Program

As technology continues to evolve, multifunction copiers (MFD) have become the standard use in today’s business models. Having one machine that prints, faxes, scans, and copies is a great space and money saver. These copiers offer cost-effective, high-performance, high value document management solutions for any office setting. In addition, these copiers deliver a broad range of print, copy, scan, and fax speeds with advanced finishing options. Please contact UNH Printing Services for additional information on multifunction devices.


UNH students, faculty, and staff can join zipcar for only $35/year. you also get $35 in free driving to use your first month.

Get 24/7 access to Zipcars parked right on campus! Simply reserve online, let yourself in with your Zipcard and drive. Our low hourly and daily rates always include gas and insurance.



Wildcat Transit

Public transit services, the University of New Hampshire owns and operates campus-based Connector routes and Public Transit routes within Dover, Newington, Newmarket and Portsmouth. All routes are open to the public!

Climate Action Plan

WildCAP – named after the university’s wild cat mascot – is the UNH Climate Action Plan (CAP) that consolidates the work and planning that has long been underway across the campus into a coherent framework for strengthening and expanding those efforts over the next quarter-century. With those long-term goals in mind, this plan focuses on planning for the next 10 years, so as to integrate with existing long-range planning activities at the university, such as the Campus Master Plan and others.