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April 24, 2017

UNT and the Future of Being a Green Campus

Did you know that UNT is now powered by 100% renewable energy? The main campus and Discovery Park are enrolled in Denton Municipal Electric's Greensense program - this means that UNT is purchasing off-site renewable energy to cover its energy needs. This achievement was made possible through a grant submitted by Dr. Adam Briggle, working with students and faculty across the campus, to the We Mean Green Fund. The university wants to try this for a one-year trial period to see what students think about it. If the overall student response is favorable, then they will renew the contract with DME for four more years. Help keep UNT a green campus by taking the survey below. This is a big step in the right direction for making UNT a more environmentally friendly place.

Tell us how you feel by going to> https://studentaffairs.unt.edu/forms/unt-goes-greensense-renewal-survey