4 takeaways from the 30th Campus Sustainability Summit

The time to act is now, and CU Boulder can lead the way. This was the theme of the 30th Campus Sustainability Summit held April 19–20. Here are the top takeaways from this year’s summit.

Join the sustainability summit April 19–20 for hands-on participation

Vote on the best student sustainability solutions projects, provide feedback on the campus Climate Action Plan and take electric transportation for a spin at the 30th annual Campus Sustainability

Meet the infrastructure and sustainability position finalists—forums

CU Boulder Chief Operating Officer Patrick O’Rourke announced two finalists for the position of vice chancellor for infrastructure and sustainability. Review the candidates’ bios and register to
Climate Change Environment Global Warming. Renewable Energy. Sustainability

Searches underway for infrastructure and sustainability, health and

National searches are underway for the university’s next vice chancellor for infrastructure and sustainability and associate vice chancellor for health and wellness, with the goal to identify final
Climate Change Global Warming.

Climate change through a human rights lens: Photos on display Dec. 1–4

You’re invited to the 2022 Photography 4 Humanity Global Challenge Exhibition—showcasing the first prize and top 10 submissions—during the inaugural Right Here, Right Now Global Climate Summit.
Gardening Gardens

Through research and gardening, this CU professor cultivates cultural

Clint Carroll, associate professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies, studies Cherokee access to gathering wild plants and land use management, and tends to the land in his own backyard.