Join the Campus Ecology Network
Gain access to online resources, webinars, news and more!
It's Free to Join!
WHO: For students, faculty, staff, administrators and other conservation and sustainability professionals
COMMITMENT: Support sustainability initiatives on campus to confront global warming and protect wildlife and habitat. Projects may include energy conservation and efficiency, habitat restoration, waste reduction, greener transportation, environmental assessment and more.
- Receive email blasts announcing opportunities such as new resources and upcoming webinars.
- Participate in our Greener Campus webinars and network with practitioners in the field.
- Opportunity to participate in National Wildlife Federation's advocacy efforts including online engagement, lobby days, rallies and more.
- Opportunity to submit a case study on your campus efforts to National Wildlife Federation's campus sustainability case study database.
- Support from Campus Ecology staff to advance your campus sustainability efforts.
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Why Campus Ecology?
Campus Ecology has been a national leader in campus climate and sustainability activities since 1989. And we've learned a lot in those years. One of those lessons is the power of collaboration. Why fight global warming alone with an eye dropper when you can use a fire hose with a team?
Campus Ecology has spent two decades building a library of campus-tailored educational resources, programs, incentives, recognition and networking opportunities aimed at sharing lessons learned. Furthermore, through Campus Ecology leaders, have access to the wider NWF family.
Scientific evidence of a growing climate crisis has prompted environmentalists everywhere to refocus. In response, we've evolved, too. Campus greening is still at the heart of what we do, but with a renewed purpose--encouraging campuses to make reducing emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases the goal of greening efforts.
Campus Ecology is equipped with the talented staff and resources to help students, faculty and staff with the crucial work on campus. Whether it's introducing recycling or forging ahead with green construction, Campus Ecology will be a partner. And anyone--individual faculty, staff and students or campus teams--can join.
Has your campus engaged with Campus Ecology? Check out our campus map.