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Earth Month

Find resources for supporting environmental justice and sustainability movements.

Earth Month

Welcome to the resource guide for Earth Month at Seattle University.

During Earth Month, the Center for Environmental Justice & Sustainability are encouraging all SU students, staff, faculty, and alumni to reflect on how we care for the earth and our communities, and to participate in one of the many events that are organized at Seattle University this month. Check out the full list of events here: seattleu.edu/earthmonth 

As part of Earth Month, the President’s Committee for Sustainability is asking for “Your SUstainability Idea.” SeattleU wants to hear from you! How might SU be more SUstainable? And how might you support SUstainability? You can submit your ideas:

  • Online by taking this poll
  • At #SUstainability (and don’t forget to tag #seattleu too)
  • On the "Wall of Ideas" in the Student Center, Pigott Atrium, and the 2nd floor of the Library and Learning Commons
  • Across campus in the Earth Month suggestion boxes at C-street locations, residence hall front desks, the HUB desk, and the iDesks at the Library and Learning Commons

Use this guide to explore library, campus, and community resources related to Earth Month.