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Last Fall’s POWER Challenge Saves UT Campus Energy And Money

During the month of October, students living in residence halls competed in the seventh annual POWER Challenge to see which hall could reduce the most waste, conserve the most energy, and best promote sustainability on campus. The results have now been tallied and the winner is…

Have a Greener Holiday: Fun Sustainability Tips from UT Knoxville Faculty and Staff

Jerri Daoust from the College of Engineering and Tiffany Morrison fromthe Department of Biosystems Engineering and Soil Sciences offer green tips to help you save time, money, and energy during the holiday season. Daoust plans to give sustainable gifts to her family and friends. Morrison has a creative alternative to scented candles for a festive atmosphere.

Have a Greener Holiday: Fun Sustainability Tips from UT Knoxville Faculty and Staff

Mary Anne Hoskins from the College of Arts and Sciences and Alisa Meador from the Programs Abroad Office offer green tips to the help you save time, money, and energy during the holiday season. Scaling back on your holiday shopping and having your Christmas tree mulched are two ways you can lessen your holiday’s impact on the environment.

Have a Greener Holiday: Fun Sustainability Tips from UT Knoxville’s Faculty and Staff

Experts say household waste often increases more than 25 percent between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. An informal poll of UT Knoxville faculty and staff members including Elizabeth Avery of the School of Advertising and Public Relations, pictured left, found some unique and easy tips for “greening” the holidays this season.

UT to Compete in EPA Game Day Recycling Challenge

As the Volunteers face off against the South Carolina Gamecocks this Saturday, Big Orange fans will compete against other football fans nationwide in the Environmental Protection Agency’s Game Day Recycling Challenge to determine which university recycles the most.