This week, artist Caroline Rothwell used carbon emissions as a medium to draw a temporary mural of endangered plants on the north wall of Temple's Montgomery Garage.
October 1, 2015
Temple's Rad Dish Co-op Café in Ritter Hall Annex, the only student-run food cooperative in Philadelphia, now in its second semester of operation, was featured in a 'Philadelphia Inquirer' story.
October 1, 2015
The Princeton Review has recognized Temple University as one of the 353 most environmentally responsible world-class colleges.
May 14, 2015
Temple’s Main Campus now hosts two stations as part of Philadelphia’s city-owned bicycle-sharing program, Indego, which opens for business today.
At the Office of Sustainability’s Student Design Charrette, students from various disciplines competed to design a tiny house for Temple Community Garden.
A completely student-run, cooperative café—the only one of its kind in the region on a university campus—Rad Dish Cooperative Café offers local, organic, budget-friendly food.
Temple's Sustainability Certificate program provides students with an opportunity to develop the knowledge and skills needed to contribute to sustainable systems from the viewpoint of diverse disciplines.
Temple's new Bike Surplus Program offers used bikes to students at reduced prices, generating its inventory from unregistered, unclaimed bikes that either have been abandoned or locked illegally at locations on campus.
Thanks to the hard work and initiative of Temple students, the Valaida S. Walker Food Court located in the Student Center has introduced a new composting system.
Temple students, faculty and staff are invited to join Temple and Community Energy Inc. officials to ceremoniously “flip the switch” on a new, 63-kilowatt solar-generating system installed recently on Edberg-Olson Hall.
More than 100 members of the Temple community participated in Bike Temple's 2013 National Bike Challenge, a university-wide program that promotes a cycling-friendly culture on campus. Participants competed against teams from various companies, including Comcast, and fellow institutions such as Penn and Drexel. Overall, Bike Temple riders logged more than 47,000 miles, garnering first place in Philadelphia in the “Team” and “Workplace” categories.
Temple has entered into a solar project partnership with Community Energy Inc. (CEI), a clean energy company located in Wayne, Pa. Over the next three months, CEI will build, own and operate a 63-kilowatt photovoltaic (solar) system on the south-facing roof of Temple’s Edberg-Olson Hall, located at 10th and Diamond Sts., on Temple’s Main Campus. When completed in December, it will be the first solar project of its kind at a college or university within the city of Philadelphia, supplying solar power to the Temple community.
The Computer Recycling Center (CRC) is making it easier for members of the university to reduce, reuse and recycle excess office supplies with the pilot project Temple Office Supply Swap (TOSS). Every Wednesday from 2-4 p.m., students, faculty and staff can stop by room 301 of the TECH Center to pick up or drop off supplies at no charge. Available supplies include binders, hanging folders, organization items, keyboard keys and more.