At the beginning of March, Tufts joined the brand new ride-sharing app miles2share with its own rider network. Riders and drivers across all of our campuses can now be connected based on overlapping routes, enabling... Read More
Apply to be a Spring 2019 Move-Out Worker!
The Tufts Office of Sustainability and The UPS Store® are looking for people to manage move out waste and help students store or ship their belongings for the summer. Workers will staff outdoor move out... Read More
Tufts Sustainability Progress Report Release
The Tufts Office of Sustainability released the FY17 and FY18 Sustainability Report this week. Take a look! Read More
Interested in Becoming an Eco-Ambassador?
A new summer Eco-Ambassador training has been announced! Save money and resources: Expand your knowledge and skill set of sustainability concepts & communication and change management techniques. Enhance your professional development: Join a cross-campus network of peers working together to innovate, achieve,... Read More
Join the Green Office Certification Challenge!
Are you and your colleagues passionate about making your office place a more sustainable place? Consider completing the Green Office Certification program run by the Tufts Office of Sustainability. The Green Office Certification Challenge starts... 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.
The Tufts Energy Conference will take place March 29-30 and will feature panelists discussing what it will take to accomplish the “rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented” short-run changes called for by the IPCC in order to limit global warming to 1.5°C.