May 16, 2019

UW's 2019 Earth Week events included a focus on action, equity, diversity and environmental justice. The central event was Earth Day 2019 on April 22 at the Husky Union Building. 

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14 years 10 months ago

UW Motor Pool Operations has been recognized as one of seven Washington facilities in fighting pollution. It was awarded the 2004 Governor's Award for Pollution Prevention and Sustainable...

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14 years 12 months ago

While the radioactive waste stored at Hanford Nuclear Reservation is 220 miles from the UW campus, 15 students emphasized their belief that these toxins impact the UW community by demonstrating on...

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15 years 2 months ago

It's 8 on Saturday morning, and the Ave. is still asleep, exhausted from its Friday-night revels. The caravan of trucks and sports-utility vehicles creep onto the parking lot of the University...

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15 years 6 months ago

Hundreds of students turned out for the Earth Day rally held on the HUB lawn yesterday, which was the capstone event for the UW Earth Club's activities this week.

The club erected large...

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15 years 8 months ago

"I've always kind of been a paper Nazi," said Ryan Jones, a UW junior in physics. "I do everything on recycled paper."

Jones is among those students who take recycling seriously. In fact,...

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15 years 9 months ago

When a fire set by eco-terrorists destroyed most of Merrill Hall in May of 2001, the Center for Urban Horticulture (CUH) lost essential lab and office space used by faculty, staff and more than 40...

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15 years 9 months ago

When you settle in for dinner after a long day of classes, usually the last thing on your mind is the origin of your food. It should probably be one of the first things you consider.

While...

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16 years 8 months ago

If the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is supposed to protect the environment, why is EPA administrator Christine Whitman poised to increase air pollution at more than 17,000 stinky, old,...

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16 years 12 months ago

If you happen to be jogging through the wetlands on any given afternoon, you might see some strange-looking activities occurring in the far northeast corner of campus. In a small, open-sided...