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.
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.
Upcoming Event Spotlight
“Environment, Identity and Coping in the Current Climate Emergency” with Dr. Thomas Doherty, A Community Lecture is coming soon! Dr. Thomas Doherty is a Clinical and Environmental Psychologist based in Portland, Oregon who has developed a specialty addressing people’s concerns about environmental issues and Climate Change. Dr. Doherty has been featured in the New York Times, read the article here. The lecture will occur on Thursday, April 27th from 7 to 8:15 pm in the Cline Lecture Hall; all are welcome and encouraged to attend! To learn more about this and other Earth Month events, visit the Earth Month Events page!
Our Conservation Programs
Other Sustainable Organizations on Campus
Sustainability Programs on Campus
City of Flagstaff Sustainability