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Understanding issues impacting environmental sustainability
The Sustainability Committee is responsible for:
Understanding issues impacting environmental sustainability.
Identifying programs and services available, and recommending changes, enhancements, or establishments of programs to address these issues.
Meetings are listed under the SC Events and Meetings Calendar. Members may attend in person or by video conference. Interested in becoming an advocate, joining a committee, or being added/removed from a communication channel (distribution lists, SLACK), please complete the council communication webform.
Access the 2020-21 meeting minutes, here.
|ASU Sustainability goals and vision||When it comes to a sustainable and resilient future, ASU is committed to leading the world by example with the following initiatives and their associated commitments.|
|Blue bag program||The blue bag program complements the university’s widespread blue bin commingled recycling program.|
|Earth Month Learning series||Recorded presentations from the 2020 Earth Month Learning series. Learn about Earth Month.|
|Labels and signs||Request sustainable labels and signs for your office and events.|
|Recycling||ASU has services to recycle specialty items. Search the content to find out how to recycle at ASU.|
|Seeds of Sustainability course||Take this training to learn the basics in less than an hour and educate yourself on how you can contribute to ASU’s sustainability efforts. After you complete this training and a short assessment, you will receive your “Seedling” certification.|
|Staff Council Sustainability Committee Cookbook||Tips and recipes for a greener and healthier lifestyle.|
|Sustainability digest||The Sustainability Digest is sent each Friday; a weekly summary of select sustainability news, job opportunities, ASU events, and more.|
|Zero Waste||Aims to create and implement programs to reach the university's circular resources goal and strengthen overall institutional sustainability by designing lasting, universal models that support ASU as a global leader in sustainable solid-waste management.|