Santa Clara University Center for Sustainability

Founding Year: 2013

Staff: 6


Lindsey Kalkbrenner (Director)

A university center that aims to advance “academic and public understanding of the ways in which social justice and sustainability intersect by integrating principles of social, environmental, and economic sustainability into campus operations, academic and student life, and outreach programs.” 93% of Santa Clara departments offer sustainability courses through minors. The center offers a master degree in Sustainable Energy, GreenSpace Certificates for climate, waste, and culture, as well as a sustainability fund, etc.




Santa Clara University Center for Sustainability contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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