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    UNH 21-Day Racial Equity Challenge

    Save the Date! The 21 Day Racial Equity Challenge is coming to UNH April 1-April 22 2019.

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    Click here to sign up for the Challenge!

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    Sierra Club Ranks UNH Second Coolest School in the Country

    The University of New Hampshire is the second coolest school according to the Sierra Club’s 2018 Cool Schools list.

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    Inside the Push to Bring Racial Equity to Land Grant Universities

    "An underdog campaign is being waged among America’s public andland-grantt universities to address their history of racism and to prioritize the issues of racial equity and food justice."

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    UNH launches SIMAP

    We're excited to launch the Sustainability Indicator Management & Analysis Platform (SIMAP). SIMAP is a comprehensive footprint-reporting tool that offers campuses a simple and affordable online platform for tracking, calculating, and reporting their carbon and nitrogen footprints. 

    Click here to learn more about SIMAP.

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    UNH Earns Highest National Rating for Sustainability

    We are thrilled to announce that UNH has achieved a Platinum rating for sustainability.  Thank you for making our campus a sustainable learning community!

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Awards & Accolades

UNH is a leader in sustainability.

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Sustainability Dual Major

Open to all undergraduate from any UNH college or major.

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Waste & Recycling

Help make UNH a zero waste place.

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Food and Race Forum 4:10 PM to 5:00 PM

4:10 PM to 5:00 PM - Hamilton Smith Hall, room 205: UNH Thomas W. Haas Professors of Sustainable Food Systems, Karen Spiller and Curtis Ogden, discuss how the skills developed in a liberal arts education are at the center of doing systems-level work for change. Reception follows. For more information, please contact the UNH Sustainability Institute at (603) 862-8564 or the COLA Dean's Office at (603) 862-2062.

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