Host a Green Event
Incorporating environmentally friendly decision making into your clubs standard practices can help foster an atmosphere of sustainability on campus. The Green Event Guide was developed by the Green Campus Partnership to help students, faculty and staff in the Penn community host more ecologically sustainable events.
Post Landfill Action Network (PLAN)
Penn has joined as a member of the Post Landfill Action Network (PLAN), an organization dedicated to helping students with sustainability skill-building and campus waste reduction projects. All Penn students and alumni with an @upenn.edu email address get free access to their member hub, including workshops and certifications, online guides and resources, and discount pricing on environmentally-friendly products. Register here for a free account using your Penn email.
Julian Goresko, Sustainability Manager at Penn Sustainability, has set up office hours on Fridays during Fall 2017 from 10am-2pm.
ANY student can sign up for a time slot to discuss project ideas, questions, or to get guidance and mentorship advice.
Campus Recycling Guides
Are you doing on- and off- campus recycling right? Did you know you can use any standard bin as a recycling bin, as long as you label it recycling? Do you know what you can and can't recycle in the city?
Check out guides by the Undergraduate Assembly and Penn Sustainability to find the answers to these questions and more!
Also for more information about how Penn manages its waste check out the Penn Waste Management and Recycling webpage!
Green Living Certification
Green Living Certification provides Penn residents the opportunity to reflect on their environmental impact and rewards those taking steps to improve it. You can win prizes such as tumblers, S'well bottles, hammocks, yoga mats, and more. Get certified now!
Water Bottle Refilling Station Map
This map can help you find a free water bottle refilling station anywhere on campus.
Penn Program in Environmental Humanities Undergraduate Summer Environmental Humanities Research Associate Fellowships
"The Penn Program in Environmental Humanities (PPEH) at the University of Pennsylvania invites applications for ten-week Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowships. We seek to build a vibrant cohort of six Summer Fellows (cohort size is contingent on the receipt of funding for which PPEH faculty have applied). These summer research positions will support work on ongoing and anticipated PPEH faculty projects in or around Philadelphia, addressing urban waters from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives."