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NYU formalized its sustainability efforts in 2006 with the creation of Sustainability Task Force formed by faculty, students, staff and administration to galvanize the NYU community to plan and take action towards sustainability in the way we live, operate, educate and innovate. Guided by the Office of Sustainability, NYU implements infrastructure projects, communication and engagement campaigns, and innovative programs to empower, inspire and guides our community to achieve our goals for sustainable practices and culture.

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'Literally Drowning': Climojis Bring the Threat of Climate Change into Your Daily Texts
NYU Names Cecil Scheib To Lead University-Wide Sustainability Efforts
Climate Change Lessons from Arabian Gulf Coral Reefs
Faith Leaders Make a Spiritual Case for Protecting the Planet
NYU Celebrates 48th Anniversary of Earth Day with Month-Long Program of Events
NYU Sustainability Student Group, “Earth Matters” Leads Summit on March 25th
Tisch Climate Action Conference Unites Artists, Scholars, Activists and Legislators, March 10 & 11
Fast Facts on NYU Sustainability Efforts on Earth Day 2016
NYU Competes in Cuomo’s $3M NYS REV Campus Challenge
NYU Celebrates the 47th Anniversary of Earth Day with a Month-Long Program of Events
NYU Study Defines Social Motivations of Urban Farms
NYU Joins More than 200 Colleges and Universities to Sign the American Campus Act on Climate Pledge to Demonstrate Support for Strong International Climate Action