We Mean Green Fund

 

green fund logoThe We Mean Green Fund (WMGF) is a $5 per student, per long-semester fee that funds environmental projects on campus. The fee was approved by students during a special election during Earth Week 2010.

Projects funded by the fee can be proposed by students, faculty, and staff at UNT. Currently, there is a student-majority-led subcommittee of UNT's Sustainability Council that is the decision-making body for the distribution of funds.

Have an idea to make the university more sustainable? Submit a proposal at: We Mean Green Fund

To date, the WMGF has provided funding support for projects such as:

  • Water Filtration Systems
  • Electronic Vehicle Stations
  • Recycling Containers
  • Dye Garden
  • Tree Plantings
  • Bike Sharing Program
  • Bike Repair Stations
  • Dyson Hand Dryers
  • BigBelly Solar Trash Compactors

 

Apply to serve on the committee here

Interested in serving on the We Mean Green Fund Committee? Apply today by emailing Lynn Dunlap. (Be sure to attach a resume and unofficial transcript.)

 


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