• Binghamton student recycling bottles and cans

    GREEN IS OUR COMMITMENT

  • Solar panels on top of Binghamton University building

    MORE THAN JUST OUR SCHOOL COLOR

  • Green pawprint from Binghamton University's mascot, Baxter

    BEARCATS LEAVE SMALL FOOTPRINTS

  • Salamanders in Binghamton University Nature Preserve

    SUSTAINABILITY IS WHAT WE DO

Binghamton University student planting

INITIATIVES

Sustainability is one of the University's top priorities. We're working to help restore the global ecosystem, foster healthy living and reduce our impact on the environment. Learn more

Binghamton University student works on a wind turbine

EDUCATION

Binghamton students are addressing complex sustainability issues in class and in the community. Learn more

Binghamton University professor Omowunmi Sadik and her grad student

Research

Binghamton researchers from disciplines throughout campus are working on projects that will positively impact the planet. Learn more

Binghamton University student recycling

ACTION

Find out what you can do to help make a more sustainable campus, community and world. Learn more

SUSTAINABILITY

Here is where you can learn about Binghamton University's efforts to create a more sustainable culture and campus.

Find out why we say, "Green is more than just our school color!"  

WHAT WE'RE DOING

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GReen tip 

Ditch plastic water bottles.
Paying 1,900 times more for something that flows freely from the tap doesn't make sense, but that's what you're doing whenever you buy bottled water. And it's a waste of plastic! Shell out $20 for a good reusable water bottle and you'll not only save a fortune on bottled water, but also you'll eliminate waste.

Last Updated: 3/5/15