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University of Mississippi Game Day Recycling Program
University of Mississippi Game Day Recycling Program
The University of Mississippi
Learn more about the community education initiative that encourages recycling while tailgating.
Ole Miss Dining is certified green
Ole Miss Dining is certified green
University of Mississippi
Over the past year, Ole Miss Dining has worked with the Green Restaurant Association to improve everything from facilities to menu to become the first green certified restaurant in the state of Mississippi.
Austin Jones and Randall Haley interview Anne McCauley, Assistant Director of Campus Sustainability at Ole Miss, on their new Smart Grid Technology.
During the 2011 football season, more than 435 tons of waste were collected after game days at the University of Mississippi. Through recycling efforts made by the school and students since then, more and more of game day waste is being recycled.... Read More
The Oxford University Transit system is the current bus system in Oxford, Mississippi. Its main focus is to lower the emissions in Oxford and help out the environment. Also, the transit system is finding a way to increase ridership so that it can... Read More
Soulshine is a local restaurant in Oxford Mississippi that has found an innovative way to conserve water.
Ole Miss residence halls are installing low-flow shower heads into every dorm that will conserve water. Also, the Ole Miss law school has installed low-flush toilets to conserve water as well.
The Ravine is a restaurant that supports the community by only using products made locally. Owner Joel Miller offers some insight into his vision behind his restaurant. "Eat Your Locals," is Ravine's theme, encouraging local commerce, fresher... Read More
My video is on how the heat island effect is present in both rural and urban areas, and actions that cities can take to create a more sustainable enviroment. It also describes how not using public transportation and driving cars pollutes our... Read More
The sun directs radiant heat to the sides and roofs of houses. Normally, this radiant heat is transferred from the roof to the ceiling to the inside of the house. Radiant barriers can be applied directly to the surfaces that receive the sun's... Read More

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