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W&M Sustainability

FACULTY! Do you teach a sustainability related course? 

Please take 5 minutes to REGISTER your sustainability related course for our official course count!

What is sustainability?

Sustainability encompasses the dynamic interactions between society and the environment, both natural and human-driven, operating in ways that improve the well-being of all. This recognizes the natural changes of the environment and the multiple dimensions of society, such as individual well-being, culture, the economy, and governance; systems that are integrally connected. For examples of the scope of sustainability, please visit the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.

Not sure if your course is sustainability related?

Join the W&M Sustainability Team!

W&M Sustainability is accepting applications for volunteer committee positions and paid office internships! Openings available in both Spring and Fall 2018. Volunteer, lead, learn and create with W&M Sustainability!

William & Mary’s 325-year tradition of academic excellence, unparalleled community engagement, and creative interdisciplinary partnerships have prepared the university well for meeting the challenges of a sustainable future. Drawing upon the strengths, passions, and expertise of its faculty, students and staff, W&M is creating a new model of sustainability for higher education. From faculty/student research and student internships to innovative community partnerships and widespread volunteerism, the university is promoting sustainability by producing leaders for tomorrow’s world who understand both the challenge and the opportunity in a sustainable future.

Have a question? Have an idea for a project? Want to get involved? Contact us! [[sustain]]