Green RSMAS

CLEAN UP at OCEAN FOREST
The Marine Science Graduate Student Organization - Sustainability Initiative is hosting a cleanup at Ocean Forest, a newly aqcuired part into the John Pennekamp State Park.
The cleanup is Saturday 9:30am November 13, 2021. 
RSVP now, contact remedyrule@miami.edu   
New on the Coral Gables Campus: 
Support the Sustainability Initiative student group at RSMAS by collecting empty cans and bottles! UM Dining is partnering with Coca Cola Florida to bring a reverse vending machine to the Hurricane Food Court. Every time you insert an empty plastic bottle or aluminum can, you are awarded points that will turn into donations for this great UM environmental student organization. Come celebrate America Recycles Day and start collecting now!
Join us at the 
Hurricane Food Court on Monday, Nov. 15 from 12-2 p.m.

More detailed information to comeThe Marine Science Graduate Student Organization - Sustainability Intiative is a student group that works in close partnership with Staff, Faculty and Research to make the RSMAS campus operations and outreach more sustainable. If you want  to get involved, contact Collen Brown for more information at colleen.brown@rsmas.miami.edu 

  1. Textile recycling

  2. Garden 

    If you are studying or working on the RSMAS campus, and you would like to be involved in the making of the new Green Committee Garden, contact Colleen Brown at colleen.brown@rsmas.miami.edu 

  3. Toner recycling : miami.edu/recycle

  4. Mangrove project

  5. Ecosia 

     

  6. MAST partnership 

  7. Beach cleanup

  8. Earth Week 

  9. Community outreach