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The Center for Sustainability advances understanding of sustainability and justice through on- and off-campus programs that help the University reach its goal of climate neutrality, practice responsible consumerism, strengthen a culture of sustainability, and use the campus as a living laboratory for developing solutions.

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    The Forge Garden

    The University's educational garden serves as a space for research, service learning, and sustainable food production for the Friday Farm Stand.

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    Circular Economy Programs

    The Center for Sustainability manages several programs and events to develop a culture of sharing, repairing, and reusing goods and/or services on campus. Circular economy programs that facilitate waste diversion include but are not limited to Bronco Surplus, the Share Shelf, the Lending Library, and Swap for Good. Check out our offerings.

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    Investment Fund (CSIF)

    The Campus Sustainability Investment Fund is is an educational tool to provide hands-on learning and involve our campus community in driving sustainable change at SCU and supports student-, faculty-, and staff-initiated campus-based projects that move SCU toward climate neutrality by reducing campus greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

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    Liaison Network

    Sustainability Liaisons are peer educators for sustainability and experts on how sustainability interplays with their respective groups. The Network is a resource and collaborative space for people who are interested in working/living more sustainably in their life on and off campus.