Campus sustainability is a team effort. The Office of Sustainability is just one of many groups doing the hard work around campus. If you’re interested in getting involved but don’t know how, these committees and student organizations are a great place to start.
The mission of the Committee on the Campus Environment is to promote environmental sustainability at UT, including but not limited to promoting reductions in the University’s carbon emissions, other pollutants, waste, and the consumption of resources.
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The Student Environmental Initiatives Committee meets on a monthly basis to discuss the most productive uses of Green Fee resources for both recurrent and one-time projects. Green Fee meetings are open to everyone.
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The Environment & Sustainability Committee strives to keep the university’s campus clean and green. We achieve this goal through our Campus Cleanup each semester, our Pick Up Your Butts event in the spring, and other events throughout the year.
The Environmental Law Organization seeks to connect its members to each other and the broader environmental law community, inform them of the environmental law and policy issues they are likely to encounter during their careers, and empower them to confront those issues thoughtfully and practically.
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