A study found that the “rebound effect” negates some of the benefits of U.S. states’ policies aimed at improving efficiency and renewable energy sources in the residential sector.
As a tier-one research institution with a world-class health center, the U is uniquely positioned to develop new approaches to addressing climate change.
How is the U curbing its own emissions?
Join the Clear the Air Challenge and do your part by driving less and making lower-emission transportation choices.
Inversion season is here. Peruse this list of ideas for ways you can make an impact on Salt Lake’s air quality. Together, we can make a difference.
The Sustainability Office has put together a list of the ways the U is working to reduce emissions and improve air quality.
Employees can donate a portion of their travel reimbursement to the U’s new Green Travel Fund for renewable energy projects and energy efficiencies on campus.
Zimride by Enterprise becomes the university’s newest, innovative tool to reduce its emissions.
Air Quality Task Force recommends strategies to reduce pollution.