The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill is committed to reducing its carbon footprint. Please take a look at this website to learn more about our greenhouse gas reduction commitment and to explore the ways that the University is addressing climate change.

UNC’s Progress Towards Carbon Neutrality as of 2013

UNC's Progress Towards Carbon Neutrality as of 2013

In order to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, the University needs to average a net annual emissions reduction of 12,955 metric tons of CO2e. This is a two percent reduction in emissions annually. Currently, the University is 19,585 metric tons of CO2e above this goal. The University has averaged an annual reduction of 9,691 metric tons of CO2e, or just under two percent annually.