Welcome to Sustainability at Wesleyan!
Wesleyan University has been actively promoting sustainability since the 1980s. Through the efforts of the Wesleyan Sustainability Office, Sustainability Advisory Group (SAGES), and the campus community, Wesleyan has expanded its sustainability efforts, which now include include a climate action plan and many sustainability policies and projects. Please look through the links to the left to learn more about SAGES, the Sustainability Office, Green Team, student involvement, and our specific initiatives: climate action, building and grounds, dining and food, engagement and events, energy, waste reduction, transportation, purchasing, and water.
The Sustainability Office is Hiring!
There is currently one opening for a Sustainability Intern, starting in February 2017. There will be an opening for a Communications Intern in Spring 2017 mid-semester. Check the internships page for application forms, job descriptions, and more information.
Energy Conservation Pilot Project Underway
SAGES is working on a campaign to encourage energy conservation in academic and administrative buildings on campus. In December, temporary signage will go up in Fisk, North College, and 74 Wyllys. Pending results, the program will roll out to other campus buildings in January.
Looking for free things? Want to clean out your clutter in a sustainable way?
Sign up for Wesleyan's Freecycle listserv to exchange work-related items (excess office supplies, furniture, etc.) or personal items (clothing, electronics, children's things, etc.) within the Wesleyan campus community!