The event will take place April 17 at 6 p.m. and will include videos featuring people living without waste, the recycling process and food waste-reduction strategies.
The UH campus will be getting a pocket prairie in green space between the Science and Engineering Classroom Building, Science and Research 2, and the UH Science Center.
The celebration for the annual nationwide tournament will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Feb. 11 at Butler Plaza and will include a water taste test challenge and recycling games.
If you are like the vast majority of people, in order to reach your potential in a garden, you will need to take classes, read books, and especially try and try again with your hands in the dirt.
The Office of Sustainability is asking UH students, faculty and staff to post a photo of themselves using a reusable water bottle to Instagram or Twitter Jan. 19-22 for a chance to win a T-shirt, water bottle or tote bag.
The Citizens' Environmental Coalition is an alliance of diverse nonprofit, governmental, and educational organizations whose activities impact the environment and quality of life in the Houston-Galveston area. It has approximately 100 member organizations.
Creative writing and media production student Caroline Cao received a new Swagway in the contest hosted by the Office of Sustainability as part of Sustainability Fest activities.
The annual event, which had to be moved indoors to the Rockwell Pavilion because of poor weather, offered much to the many people who attended.
Fruit gardening is much easier than vegetable gardening. It takes less planting, less watering, less weeding, less money invested, less time harvesting, less energy, with huge results in amount of food produced.
The city has donated family four packs to the Thanksgiving Day Parade and Mayor's Holiday Celebration and Tree Lighting.
The business has donated a gift card for a two-hour rental of a 16-passenger bike that will be given away during the Nov. 17 event in Lynn Eusan Park.
The department has reached the highest level of sponsorship by donating a SwagWay and safety equipment for the upcoming event.
Volunteers can assist in gardening, landscaping, planting trees, tree mulching and cleanup projects at several locations across campus on Friday, Nov. 6.
The UH community can win prizes by creating a written work or visual art piece for competition that is part of the upcoming Sustainability Fest.