UMass Lowell is committed to climate neutrality as an institution and is a leader in sustainable education, research and innovation. Sustainability is a core commitment in the University’s comprehensive strategy to manage growth and respond to societal needs. As a result, UMass Lowell has seen a dramatic transformation that has generated impressive results and woven sustainability into every aspect of campus life. Read more about us!
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Climate Neutrality Target Date
Total GHG Emissions Reduction Per Square Ft. Since 2012
Total GHG Emissions Reduction Per Person (FTE) Since 2012
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