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.
Bring your education to life by studying in communities across the globe that are striving to live more equitable, just and sustainable lifestyles. These communities are ideal campuses to learn about and experience personal and community-based solutions to real world issues, which include:
Immerse yourself in the culture of Costa Rica, a Spanish-speaking, democratic country that has fostered a culture of peace, prosperity and conservation of its unique-in-the-world tropical biodiversity. Experience first-hand the development challenges and opportunities facing Costa Rica. Compare its innovative and successful policies and practices to those of other countries in Latin America and around the world.
All of UNH's Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) data and information are available online at https://stars.aashe.org/institutions/university-of-new-hampshire-nh/repo.... STARS covers education and research, operations, and planning, administration and engagement.
The NRESS Program draws on the University's strengths in environmental and earth sciences, life sciences, social sciences, and ethical and policy studies, and has the following objectives:
To increase our understanding of environmental and natural resource problems and solutions at local, regional, and global scales;
To provide the opportunity for graduate students to pursue interdisciplinary research on the environment;
To stimulate excellence in research and teaching through increased contact between students and faculty in different departments and colleges.
UNH Sustainability Stewards are faculty and staff working together to bring sustainability – a core part of UNH’s identity and mission – to the grassroots level in their buildings and departments.
The UNH Ecosystem Task Force (EcoTF) examines sustainability issues related to land use, development, and ecosystem management. The overarching goal of the EcoTF is to serve in an advisory capacity to the UNH President and be responsible for making recommendations on the full range of issues that relate to land use, landscaping, ecosystem health, biodiversity and development.