Campus Sustainability Office

Looking for more info about the 2017 Earth Charter Community Summit?

 

Thank you for your interest in the 2017 Earth Charter Community Summit, which will be held Oct. 16 - 20 this year. The new Sustainability Institute for Regional Transformations (SIRT) has taken over coordination of this event. 

 

We are finalizing the schedule, which will soon be available at: uwosh.edu/go/earthcharter and at the SIRT website: sirt.uwosh.edu. Please note, open seating for the keynote address by Annie Leonard is completely full at the time, but there are several other events in the works that will be great for students at all levels, as well as the rest of the university community.

Sustainability at UW Oshkosh

With a deep sense of responsibility and the increasingly common vision of resilient, prosperous communities, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is committed to progressively reducing its ecological footprint and fashioning a durable and better world through its academic mission.

The Sustainability Office is located on the second floor of the Oviatt House and we have an open door for those interested in what we do or looking to get involved.

Our innovations in sustainability at UW Oshkosh are being integrated into all university functions and operations. Our actions involve reducing consumption and wastes, generating and purchasing renewable energy, curbing pollution, green building and purchasing, sustainable landscapes, and infusing sustainability into the curriculum, outreach, and research.

Learn more about the values and commitments that guide our University.

For educators and students alike, please check out the teaching resources page for access to over 6,000 sustainability related references with links, videos and more.

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