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2016.10.4 First UST Zero Food Waste Event - My First Dinner @ HKUST

My First Dinner@ HKUST - the first zero food waste dinner in UST. The First Dinner was not only a warm welcome to the new students, but also introduced the important concept of sustainability to our new members of the community.

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2016.09.7 Bringing Expertise into Green Campus Projects

One of our tasks is to equip students to turn knowledge into actions. It’s been 3 years since the Sustainable Campus Leadership Program (Eco-Reps) was launched for students to design and implement Green Campus Projects.

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2016.08.31 Waste Reduction Program in HKUST Canteens

Our eating habits have significant environmental impact.To promote the practice of “use less, waste less”, with the joint efforts of most caterers on campus, we shall re-launch the “Less Rice for $1 Less” and “Bring Your Own Reusable Container” programs.

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2016.07.18 Green Team Survey on the Use of Reusable Containers

Green Team has conducted a survey on the consumption of reusable containers by the UST members for takeaways in Spring 2016 in order to have a deeper understanding of the interviewees’ behaviors and altitudes towards the use of reusable containers.

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2016.05.12 Applying Psychological Interventions for a more Sustainable Campus

Students always have great ideas of building a more sustainable campus environment. This semester, students in a popular Environmental Psychology class got the opportunity to apply what they learned in theory in real life applications.

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2016.05.5 Getting to Know the Green Team - Ansh NASTA

Everyone has their own sustainability-driven story. I have interviewed several students and staff from the Green Team, so let’s share and hear about their beliefs in coming stories.

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2016.04.1 Staying Green, Joining Hands with the Societies

A special thanks goes out to all the student societies who showed support to make their counter and decoration more sustainable during the Promotion Period.

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2016.02.2 HKUST Develops Environmentally Friendly Organic Solar Cells with Record Performance

A record-efficient organic solar cell developed by a research team of HKUST via an environmentally-friendly method, has been put on the renowned “Best Research-Cell Efficiencies Chart” by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the United States.

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