About University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) – Office of Sustainability

The Office of Sustainability forms the focal point for coordinating sustainability initiatives for Chicago’s only public research institution: the University of Illinois at Chicago. We receive information, track data, and assess progress. This is accomplished through involvement in institutional and programmatic planning, information dissemination, providing guidance, reporting, and acting as a resource on sustainability in higher education.

Key Facts

Website
www.uic.edu
Established
1982 (1859 The Chicago College of Pharmacy, 1945
Employees
10,000
Company Type
Schools, Universities & Training
Headquarters
Chicago, IL
Sectors
Environmental

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UIC aspires to be a Carbon Neutral Campus by building LEED certified buildings using renewable energy

UIC aspires to be a Carbon Neutral Campus by encouraging low-carbon transportation

UIC aspires to be a Zero Waste Campus by encouraging recycling indoors and out

UIC aspires to be a Biodiverse Campus by increasing native plants, trees and pollinator habitats

UIC aspires to be a Net Zero Water Campus by reducing stormwater via rain gardens and permeable pavement