- Entrepreneurship and Social Engagement
- Entrepreneurship in Energy
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Return Recycling seeks to become a scalable model for improving recycling infrastructure by putting advertising on recycling bins tested for the effectiveness of their design.
A collaborative app for students to trade items and services, to ultimately get what they want with what they have, all while reducing waste.
Sprout Up provides free, youth-led environmental education programs to 1st and 2nd grade classrooms in New York City public schools. Our college student-instructors teach children vital concepts in environmental science and sustainability during the earliest stages of their educational development, cultivating the next generation of passionate caretakers of the earth. Through activities, experiments, and discussions, we get kids thinking in new ways about the world that surrounds them, inspiring them to bring the message of environmental stewardship home to their families and friends. In this way, we strive to promote sustainability throughout our many communities, from the youngest members of society up. For more information, please visit us at www.SproutUp.org .
Metagenomics of Mycoremediation
This project aims to improve the health of a community garden, and importantly, to bring the concepts of mycoremediation to the New York City community at large.
NYU Environmental Student Times
As a journal for the NYU environmental community, NEST is comprised of student-generated poetry, fiction, nonfiction, journalism, research, and photography.
Enertiv: Circuit-Level Energy Monitoring at NYU
This project aims to install hardware that tracks circuit-level energy usage information to drive behavioral change in the Third North residence hall and the NYU Community as a whole.
NYU-AABE Energy Challenge
The NYU-AABE Energy Challenge will be a campus wide innovation challenge that stresses efficiency in the fields of energy, renewable energy, and infrastructure & urban development.