Purple, Gold & Green
Environmental Sustainability is a core part of the fabric of University of Washington Bothell, and has been since our inception over 20 years ago. The construction of campus at our current site has continued to guide our vision for the evolution of UW Bothell. Using the principles laid out in the 21st Century Initiative, our guiding document for 2008-2020, we have continued to build sustainability as one of our key initiatives.
Environmental Sustainability has long since been a key factor driving the evolution of the University of Washington - Bothell. From our wetlands, to the three on-campus photovoltaic solar installations, to the variety of courses offered focused on environmental sustainability, here at University of Washington - Bothell, we are committed to keeping our campus green.
Click on the titles below to learn more about the different aspects of environmental sustainability at UW Bothell.
Note: This website is currently undergoing a major renovation. Different sections will be updated at different times, and we apologize if there is any temporary downtime or minor issues as this process continues. Feel free to contact Cassie Lubenow, Sustainability Coordinator, with any questions or concerns.