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!
Climate Neutrality Target Date
Total GHG Emissions Reduction Per Square Ft. Since 2012
Total GHG Emissions Reduction Per Person (FTE) Since 2012
The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) is a transparent, self-reporting framework that measures the sustainability performance of more than 700 colleges and universities in 21 countries around the world.
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