Green NAU is our culture of sustainability on campus! The Office of Sustainability is home to multiple sustainable initiatives, student clubs, and events. Join us as we work to rapidly reduce our carbon footprint and create a safe, equitable, and sustainable community on our mountain campus. Positioned at the leading edge of training, innovation, and scholarship in Arizona, NAU must not only do its part to be green but has a critical responsibility to train and empower the next generation of sustainability professionals—people who are vital to shaping a more just and resilient future for Arizona and the world.
Our mission is to create, maintain and enhance our campus through continuous improvement and sustainable practices.
Our vision is to be a leading university for sustainability and inclusivity by creating forward-thinking, impactful, and resourceful leaders.
To visit our NEW Climate Action Plan web pages, visit this link.
Our Conservation Programs
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Energy mentors are all over campus! They are any faculty or staff members who have a passion for sustainability and volunteer to support the culture of sustainability at NAU by pledging to adopt and encourage key energy-saving behaviors. Learn more here!
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The Green Office Certification (GOC) program provides a great opportunity for faculty and staff around campus to make a difference in the field of sustainability. The program lays a foundation for your office to make a positive impact on campus. Upon completion of each level, your office will reduce the environmental impacts that coincide with your daily operations. Learn more here!
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The program prepares students to take on sustainability challenges as individuals, community members, and professionals. Students who successfully complete the program will be more knowledgeable about climate change, sustainability, and how to tackle these issues in their future professions and life. Learn more here!
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The SSLUG Garden promotes sustainable food systems through the demonstration of organic growing methods in a campus setting. Hands-on participation in planting, harvesting, seeding, harvesting, seed collecting, and soil amendment activities enables volunteers to learn how to grow a variety of food crops in a challenging high-elevation climate. Learn more here!
Other Sustainable Organizations on Campus
Sustainability Programs on Campus
City of Flagstaff Sustainability