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Campus Green Teams eToolkit   Tags: green team, green teams, sustainability, u of u green teams  

This guide is to provide campus green teams centralized access to resources including toolkit information, how-to instruction, and electronic materials.
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Welcome to the campus Green Teams eToolkit ...

These pages are specifically designed to help your Green Team reach its sustainability goals. As you navigate through each page and each tab, you will find resources, contact information, documents, checklists, discussion board, and information to green-up your operations.  

As always, if you have any questions or need additional help contact the Sustainability Resources Center at 801-585-9352.


Upcoming Events

Green Teams Sustainability Working Group Meetings: this group includes both green team representatives and operations staff from across campus.  Monthly meetings provide a forum to get updates on campus sustainbility-related projects, to share your own efforts, and to get more in depth presenations on specific topics in the form of mini-workshops or talks from experts.


Read about the April 23, 2013, presentation by Dr. Carol Werner at

2013-14 Campus Green Teams Summit coming in May. More informaton to come.

  • Tuesday, Apr 23, 2013: Dr. Carol Werner - Improving your Green Team Efforts at Behavior Change – Tips and Principles based on Social Psychology Research
    Tuesday, April 23rd, 2-3 PM

    Green Teams meeting with special guest speaker, Dr. Carol Werner (Department of Psychology)

    Many green teams initiatives involve persuading or influencing others towards adopting pro-enviro

Think Green!


Take the Pledge!

While the Office of Sustainability develops and provides support for sustainability initiatives to create a community of students, faculty, and staff who are socially, economically, and environmentally responsible, it takes all of us being active participants to achieve this goal.

The Office of Sustainability's Pledge provides you with an opportunity to commit to actions that will make the world better for you and future generations by living more sustainably.

Click here and pledge to be more sustainable!


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