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Students are committed to sustainability and making a difference on campus and beyond, and student sustainability groups play a vital role in promoting community service and engagement. As a member of the American Association for Sustainability in Higher Education, we support and contribute to AASHE’s goal to “…help students understand the interaction between social, environmental, and economic forces, and to apply that understanding to a real-world problem.”
UT Arlington Student Organization MavsGoGreen, recipient of the 2014-2015 award for “Outstanding Contribution to the Greater Community is a student led organization to foster collaboration on sustainability initiatives on campus. The group offers a wide range of opportunities for students to become engaged in sustainability issues through events including leadership opportunities, raising awareness about issues, workshops, participation in healthy debates, community engagement, promotion of environmental policies, and outreach events like Earth Day to make sustainability appeal to everyone’s different interests.
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National Wildlife Federation has a 25 year history of working with colleges and universities through its Campus Ecology program to protect wildlife and habitat, and improve campuses overall green educational programming and onsite sustainability. Founded in 1989, Campus Ecology Program reaches about 1,000 campuses each year through the student outreach programs, campus consulting, natural resource reduction competition, and educational events and resources.