The Hult Prize Challenge, hosted by Hult business school, is an annual competition dedicated to social enterprise. This year, it will be judging business pitches centered around sustainable fashion.
New electric utility trucks are being introduced to campus to help facility related operations continue to align with Northeastern’s climate goals.
On December 2nd, climate activists, politicians, and celebrities from around the world gathered at the MGM Music Hall in Boston to celebrate the 2022 Earthshot Prize Awards. Among the attendees were Climate Justice and Sustainability Hub co-ops, Elana Lane and Brittany Segill.
Something Old, Something New: NU Architecture Class Displays Installations Made from Recycled Materials
Students in Associate Teaching Professor Mary Hale’s advanced architectural design course are finding inspiration for installation projects in an unexpected place: recycled materials. The installations were displayed across campus, with the goal of showcasing student creativity and highlighting how discarded material can be repurposed in innovative ways.
A new series of waste bans that took place this November reinforced Northeastern’s commitment to giving products a second life.
The WELL certification is the culmination of a two-year process of renovating the first and second floors of 216 Mass Ave into the new home for Northeastern Planning, Real Estate, and Facilities.
The Climate Justice and Sustainability Hub is hosting an exciting student competition to design an original art piece that visualizes one of the themes of climate justice action. If you are considering participating and would like to attend an information session, please sign up here.
Building Stronger, Sustainable Communities: Placemaking and Sustainability in NU’s Global University System
In a growing global community, Northeastern campus designers are working to fit-out buildings with modern sustainable features, while also honoring the history and identity of each individual city.
Residents are provided with small, leak-proof bins and compostable bag liners. Students use the bins to dispose of food waste, including bones and dairy, and when the bin is full, they drop the bag in the trash room. Photo by Matthew Modoono/Northeastern University