Explore different sustainable student organizations and find your perfect match.
A training program that helps our community gain an understanding of the basic science behind the climate crisis, the impact different sectors have on our climate, environmental justice issues, climate calculator/mitigation tools, high impact solutions, strategies for communicating or teaching climate literacy, corporate responsibility and ways to take action.
The Waugh Arboretum tree finder provides detailed information about the trees found on the UMass Amherst campus.
The on-campus Green Office Program encourages and facilitates energy and waste reduction practices.
Innovative sustainability ideas from students, faculty, and staff are encouraged and supported at UMass Amherst.
UMass Amherst student's can follow this model room guide to live green on campus.
Each year students lead the way with a variety of green initiatives on campus.
Residential Life provides a variety of resources that encourages sustainable living in the residential halls.
The UMass Amherst Sustainability Explorer is an interactive map that provides details on campus sustainability initiatives.
The New2U program collects unwanted items each spring during move-out and resells these collected items each fall during move-in.
The university uses Single Stream Recycling, which requires that bottles, can, paper, and cardboard all go in one bin.
The university has options to recycle unwanted E-waste.
The campus has easy access to buses, a fleet of Bike Share bicycles, as well as charging stations for electric vehicles.
Discover ways to save water with these great tips.
Many of the events on campus are working on ways to reduce their impact on the environment by striving for zero waste.