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Introducing B Tennessee!

By Jacqueline Goodwin | June 27, 2022

Business, capitalism, and consumption are often labeled as adversaries of the environmental movement. From the extraction of resources to the amount of waste that piles up, it’s fair to say that a lot of corporate interest doesn’t actually align with consumer interest. But, there is a solution that’s well within grasp for companies eager to make change.

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#FindYourLab with Lisa Young

By Diana Andrew | November 5, 2019

“When one of my students asked for a compost bin for Christmas, I knew I was making a lasting impact!”

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Roundtable at The Nashville Zoo

By Nicole Brose | October 1, 2019

The Nashville Zoo at Grasmere hosted a Corporate Roundtable meeting about the connections between sustainability and conservation.

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Celebrate Earth Month 2019!

By Diana Andrew | April 1, 2019

Visit the Lab to Enter and Win!

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MPNS Food Waste Warriors Are Rescuing and Recycling Food

By Diana Andrew | February 27, 2019

Students found 131 pounds of food waste in their own cafeteria. Here’s what they’re doing about it.

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First-Ever Sustainable Classroom Training

By Diana Andrew | July 17, 2018

Last week Urban Green Lab hosted 27 trailblazing educators in a training on sustainability, the Sustainable Classrooms curriculum, and US Green Building Council certification.

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When It Comes To Food In Nashville, It’s Waste Not, Want Not

By UGL-Staff | April 18, 2017

Now, a dozen chefs in Nashville have been chosen by the Natural Resources Defense Council as a national model on how to cut down on all that waste.

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