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Call for Sustainability Information

Are you working on a sustainability-related project? Have you integrated sustainability into your club…your academic department…your classes? Have you hosted a sustainability-related event? If so, we want to know!
Each year, SDSU collects information for the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System (STARS) report, which is a benchmarking program through the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). As a renowned tool, STARS is used by hundreds of institutions across the world and allows universities to assess what sustainability efforts they have as well as areas where they can improve.
Sustainability is the formation of a better society through the interdependent actions of improving environmental quality, increasing economic prosperity, and instilling social justice for present and future generations. The definition of each pillar of sustainability includes:
Information is currently being collected for fiscal year 2021/academic year 2020-2021. All information can be emailed to the SDSU Sustainability Specialist, Jennifer McLaughlin.
SDSU completed its first STARS report in 2016 and earned a bronze rating. SDSU currently holds a silver rating.
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