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As part of the Citizenship Project, students in Sindee Kerker's class picked up trash on Delray beach. Check out these facts about litter

Vision: A sustainable campus environment to benefit students, faculty, staff and community
Mission: The Sustainability Committee seeks to enhance the university's mission by creating a sustainable campus environment with focus on conservation, commitment, community and education.
Core Values: Conservation, Commitment, Community, Environment and Education
Discipline Focuses: The commitee has 5 discipline areas: Community and Education, Energy and Transportation, Landscape and Ecology, Water, Waste and Materials.
Students participate in sustainability projects

Students are participating in five on-campus J-term citizenship sustainability projects, including a Butterfly Garden revitalization, a preserve cleanup and preserve trail improvement project and two campus trash cleanups (at Potomac and Military) and a c...

Students plant trees in preserve for Tu B'Shevat

Hillel@Lynn celebrated the Jewish holiday Tu B'Shevat, "The New Year of the Trees," by planting trees in the preserve on campus Feb. 4. Tu B'Shevat is the day that marks the beginning of a "new year" for trees. The day sends a good message that we are the...

Come to the Sustainability Speaker Series Oct. 11

Erina McWilliam Lopez and Ja'Dan Johnson, Leadership on Climate Action, are the speakers for the Sustainability Speaker Series, Thursday, Oct. 11 at noon in the Wold Salon.

Funding for the program is provided by Siemens.

Lynn takes action to preserve water on campus

The National Intelligence Council Global Trends: 2030 projects a 40% increase in demand for food and water by 2030 and nearly 50% of the world's population will live in areas with limited access to food and water.  These scarcities will wor...

Learn how to recycle difficult items

Lynn recycled, 22.8 tons of bottles, cans and paper through September 2017. However, there is a lot that goes on behind the scenes. Items such as fluorescent lightbulbs, cleaning chemicals, oils, greases and electronics cannot be thrown in the trash and r...

Facts about litter: Did you know?

• Last year, taxpayers spent nearly $11 billion cleaning up litter across the U.S., 10 times more than the cost of trash disposal. (North Carolina alone spent $15 million and removed 7.5 million pounds of just roadside litter. That’s equivalent...

Have an electric car?

You can now charge your car on Lynn's campus at the newly installed electric vehicle charging station (with two chargers) in lot H outside the Indimi Center. The cost is $1/hour up to four hours and $5/hour over four hours. Spots available only to electri...