We teach communities
how to live sustainably.
Urban Green Lab’s Sustainable Pathways Program gave 3 McGavock High School students the opportunity to tour a Turner Construction job site and learn about sustainability in the field!Read More
Urban Green Lab's Classrooms Division trains teachers how to integrate sustainable living concepts into their year-round and become career-long advocates within schools for sustainable living education.
Urban Green Lab’s Households Division trains professionals at the neighborhood level to create sustainable living education systems that inspire residents and families to be part of the solution.
Urban Green Lab recognizes and trains companies how to grow sustainable workplaces cultures.
Urban Green Lab is partnering with organizations to develop and implement strategies and tools as models for cities across the country.
In 2015, NRDC selected Nashville as its pilot city for developing high-impact local policies and actions to address food waste by preventing food…Read More
Todd Lawrence, executive director of Urban Green Lab, will co-chair the Waste Reduction subcommittee of the Mayor’s Sustainability Advisory Committee.Read More
Local restaurants challenged to reduce the amount of food they waste while helping to feed hungry Nashvillians throughout the holiday season and beyond.Read More
The Kroger Co. Zero Hunger and Zero Waste Foundation recently donated $100,000 to Nashville-based nonprofit organization Urban Green Lab to support food waste reduction education for Metro Nashville Public Schools.Read More
The Center for Nonprofit Management has announced the winners of its annual Salute to Excellence Awards.Read More
Winners of the 2019 Governor’s Environmental Stewardship Awards announced.Read More