Sustainability at WSU

Plans and Reports

 

WSU's Climate Action Plan

Weber State University's Climate Plan, which was signed by President Ann Millner in 2009, provides the results of WSU's 2007 greenhouse gas emissions baseline survey and outlines how the University will become carbon neutral by 2050. The Plan addresses additional sustainability topics such as water, waste, new construction, and transportation.

   

2012 WSU Annual Climate Report

Report on WSU's progress towards meeting the goals outlined in the Climate Action Plan as of Fiscal Year 2012. The report addresses progress made on additional sustainability topics such as water, waste, new construction, and transportation.

   

2011 WSU Annual Climate Report

Report on WSU's progress towards meeting the goals outlined in the Climate Action Plan as of Fiscal Year 2011. The report addresses progress made on additional sustainability topics such as water, waste, new construction, and transportation.

 
 

2010 WSU Annual Climate Report

Report on WSU's progress towards meeting the goals outlined in the Climate Action Plan as of Fiscal Year 2010. The report addresses progress made on additional sustainability topics such as water, waste, new construction, and transportation.

 

 2007 and 2010 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reports

WSU's Initial and updated reports submitted to the ACUPCC.

 

 

 

WSU Earns Bronze Rating for Sustainability

 

STARS, the national Sustainability, Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, is an innovative, voluntary, self-reporting framework by which colleges and universities can gauge progress toward sustainability and be recognized for that accomplishment.  WSU made it a priority to track its sustainability progress by participating in the STARS program beginning September, 2010. It was rewarded with a bronze rating based on this year’s report for its overall efforts in physical operations (e.g., energy conservation, sustainable dining, water conservation), curricular offerings (e.g., environmental studies major through the Bachelor of Integrated Studies program and environmental studies minor), and campus commitments (e.g., President Millner’s signing of the Climate Action Plan).  By continuing to implement improvements in sustainability, the university aims for silver and eventually platinum awards.

 


   

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