Learn from the experts what a changing climate means for Utah's future. Drop in or take the class for credit, Tuesdays, noon to 1:15 p.m.
Weber State faculty, staff and students are addressing the sustainability challenges of our time. More and more faculty are including sustainability-related material in their courses and many conduct sustainability-focused research. Students are effecting change on campus, and over 60 WSU departments are Green Team certified. Our award-winning facilities utilize efficient and renewable energy systems. Join Weber in making a difference.
Defined in a pluralistic and inclusive way, sustainability encompasses human and ecological health, social justice, secure livelihoods, and a better world for all generations. Often depicted as a three-legged stool, this multidimensional concept includes social, economic, and environmental components with each representing one of the stool’s legs.
What's Going On?
Climate Change and Utah's Future
Learn more and get engaged. Check out the sustainability event calendar to see what is happening on and off campus this semester.
Connect with other sustainability-minded students, take a course, conduct and share your research, volunteer, and see how you can make a difference!
Faculty & Staff
Apply for the Sustainability Research Award, register your sustainability course, or join a TLF sustainability learning community. Staff and faculty can join the Green Department Program!
Community & Alumni
Get involved in sustainability efforts at Weber State. Attend an event or presentation, volunteer, or participate in our next community program.