Welcome to Tufts! Whether this is your first year here or your last, follow these tips for moving-in green. Put your greenest foot forward and follow it whether you are bringing stuff from home or plan on acquiring appliances at school.
Do you work at a green office? Perhaps it’s time to find out. The Green Office Certification program is designed to recognize, support and promote offices that are engaging in sustainable practices in areas such as energy reduction, waste conservation and sustainable purchasing. Tisch Library is the first certified Gold Green Office at Tufts.
UPDATED: New sessions scheduled for January 23 & 30 in Medford, January 18 & 25 in Boston. Have you been thinking about being green? Do you ever wonder how energy use in your office relates to climate change? Have you ever thought about planning a green event for your office? BECOME AN ECO-AMBASSADOR!
This interactive, self-guided tour around Tufts Medford Campus highlights green initiatives and milestones in Tufts long history as a pioneer in campus sustainability. Look for these signs around our Medford campus and scan the QR code with your smart phone. The EcoTour features 10 stops. Collect a prize when you complete the tour!
Congratulations to Tisch Library for being the first office to achieve Gold level Green Office Certification! The Department of Environmental and Population Health, Ginn Library at the Fletcher School and Tufts Renewable Energy & Applied Photonics (REAP) Labs achieved Bronze level certification. Get your office Green Certified too!
The Office of Sustainability would like to thank all 35 individuals who took part in the Bay State Bike Week Mass Commute Bicycle Challenge last week! Tufts finished with 981 miles as a team. » read
Tufts has made bold commitments to regional and international goals to reduce emissions of climate-altering gases. » read