What do a composting facility, a solar-powered charging station, and a net-zero-energy lab have in common? They're all sustainability initiatives proposed by students at The University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) in hopes of receiving Green Fund support. &quot;We created the Green Fund in 2013 to give students the financial resources to pursue environmental projects on campus,&quot; says Haley Hix, UAH's Sustainability Coordinator and Director of the Chargers for Sustainability. &quot;And since then, we've received a number of exciting proposals for improving our community.&quot; To apply to the Green Fund, students must first ensure their project falls into one of two categories: it educates the UAH community about sustainability, or it makes the campus more environmentally friendly. They must also submit a proposal that includes a description of the project, a budget summary, a timeline, and at least one letter of support from a faculty or staff advisor.