Campus Sustainability Day 2012 is October 24, 2012

Oct 24, 2012 (All day)
Deadline: 

"Higher Education: Moving Sustainability Forward" October 24, 2012

Join the Celebration!  Campus Sustainability Day (CSD) is a day of focus - on what has been accomplished and what is needed to maintain momentum. Emphasis in 2012 is on connecting to new groups and allies on campus, highlighting student stories, connecting diverse planning efforts, and reaching out to external partners who can help you move toward success.

• Read the exciting and inspiring History of Campus Sustainability Day
• Tune in to the Keynote Broadcast (Oct 24, 2-3:30 EST) "Educating Students for a Changing Climate"
• Join a Regional Conversation hosted by a CSD Supporting Organization (Regions include the North Atlantic, Western, Midwest, Southeast/Mid Atlantic) 
• See list of events planned for Campus Sustainability Day 2012 and submit your own event


Plan a Campus Event for CSD 2012 - The 10th Annual Campus Sustainability Day

Please plan an event on your campus or in your community, commit to a shared challenge, and help raise the bar for sustainability leadership in higher education as we take the next steps forward together.  Do you already have activities planned for CSD 2012?  Let everyone know -  see a list of CSD 2012 events (and for CSD 2011) and submit your own campus event.


More About Campus Sustainability Day: Since 2003, Campus Sustainability Day has been a time to reflect on the success of the sustainability movement in higher education. Together, we’re moving society forward to a sustainable future. As individual campuses we are strong, but as a movement, we are stronger still.

Campus Sustainability Day is devoted to the achievements of - and challenges for - the students, faculty, and staff who are integrating sustainability principles and practices into their institutions and surrounding communities.

Campus Sustainability Day 2012 is an effort of National Wildlife Federation, the Assocation for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), Second Nature, the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP), and other organizations.