Sustainability Council

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Consisting of UNT President-appointed faculty, students and staff, the UNT Sustainability Council led the effort to establish UNT's Office of Sustainability in 2009, to focus efforts on 28 initiatives outlined in the inaugral Green Paper #1. The Sustainability Council's 28 recommendations still guide UNT leaders to improve campus infrastructure and develop programs that engage students, faculty, and staff in a transformative movement, making UNT one of the most sustainable universities in the nation. Download and read Green Paper #1.

The Council meets the last Friday of every month at 10:30 am in UNT's Environmental Science Building (EESAT), Room 320a. Council meetings are open, and we appreciate your attendance and input! For questions and comments please e-mail UNT Sustainability.

Applications for Sustainability Council membership, as well as subcommittee membership, are now open.

Click here to fill out our easy online application!

The subcommittee's that have open positions are:

  • Outreach Subcommittee
  • Operations and Landuse Subcommittee
  • Evaluation and Assessment Subcommittee
  • We Mean Green Fund Subcommittee