Manoa Sustainability Council
The MSC meets on the third Wednesday of the month from 3-4pm in HIG 210. Our next meeting is October 18.
System SustainabilityFor information about sustainability at the UH system level, see www.hawaii.edu/sustainability
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Category Archives: Architecture
The University of Hawai’i Sea Grant Center for Smart Building and Community Design worked with the UH Administration and the Department of Energy to establish a new approach to net-zero energy building design for the campus. The renovation of Kuykendall … Read the rest
The mission of the USGBC at UH Manoa Student Group is to help recruit, equip, and connect the next generation of leaders to the green building movement and sustainable-design industry by empowering students to transform their campuses, careers and community.… Read the rest
The Manoa Sustainability Council, formerly known as the Manoa Sustainability Corps, is an organization composed of students, faculty, and staff concerned with sustainability issues that is charged with providing advice and council to the Chancellor regarding sustainability issues on the … Read the rest
The UHM Campus Sustainability Retreat was a full day session held at the Wai`loli Tea Room in Mānoa on September 16, 2005. The purpose of the retreat was three fold: to identify work in the various areas of sustainability currently being conducted … Read the rest
The Hawaii 2050 Sustainability Task Force was created to answer the following questions: What do the people of Hawai‘i want for the future of our islands in the 21st century? What is the community’s will for the future of our … Read the rest
- Use energy wisely
- Practice sustainable water use
- Minimize negative impact on the land
- Create sustainable buildings
- Promote alternative transportation
- Minimize material waste
- Adopt green purchasing policies
The Landscape Advisory Committee promotes an attractive, appropriate, and sustainable campus environment with a Hawaiian sense of place that encourages and fosters positive academic and social interactions.