2019 Sustainability Champions Ceremony and Reception!
On July 11th, the Office of Sustainability hosted an award ceremony and reception to recognize the sustainability achievements of students, faculty and staff across all Tufts campuses. President Tony Monaco presented awards to the 48... Read More
Tufts earns STARS Silver rating!
This spring Tufts University earned a STARS Silver rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)! STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System measures... Read More
Tufts miles2share network
At the beginning of March, Tufts joined the brand new ride-sharing app called miles2share, with an exclusive closed network for the Tufts community. Riders and drivers across all of our campuses can now be connected... Read More
Tufts Sustainability Progress Report
The Tufts Office of Sustainability released the FY17 and FY18 Sustainability Report in March. Take a look! Read More
Recycling At Tufts
Find out how and where to recycle here at Tufts on the Facilities Services' Recycling and Waste Management website. There, you will also find information about our other waste reduction and zero-waste initiatives.
The Tufts Eco Map illustrates all sustainability-related locations on campus including composting bins, zip cars, bike racks, public transportation stops, hydration stations, electric vehicle charging stations and more!
The Office of Sustainability's monthly newsletter highlights recent sustainability-related news from both on and off campus, upcoming events, job postings, and other content relevant to anyone in the Tufts community.
Today and Sunday is the JP #Fleamarket at the Eliot School. It features 100+ artisans, vintage/antique dealers, and small businesses, as well as Mendi's Boston, which offers both drop off and on-the-spot repair services. #mending Check out the FB event: https://t.co/Q4vV6Tlbrc
With this weekend's #heatwave, we want to remind everyone to stay hydrated and cool, heading to a public building with AC if necessary. Then check out this article on how excessive heat will become more frequent as the effects of climate change set in.