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This past December, the Auraria Sustainable Campus Program ushered in our ten-year anniversary! What started as a lion hearted, student led organization has now turned into a thriving office of eleven (and it’s growing)! But the impact of the ASCP is not limited to these four walls. In fact, the accomplishments of the ASCP are due to a wide network of students, faculty, staff, and community members who have dedicated their time and energy to various projects and programs over the years. It truly takes a village to combat the effects of ecological destruction and climate change. We are fortunate that our village has, and will continue to be, filled with passionate people driven to reduce the Auraria Campus's ecological impact and dependence on fossil fuels. Today, we thank all our partners that we now humbly call friends and family. Your presence has created ripples of tangible and intangible impact through our build environment and within our hearts.
We believe that we can make global impact through local action. Featured here are a few of the many faces that have been integral to our work over the years. We would like to give special thanks to all those from the past and the present for taking time out of their busy schedules to participate and reminisce with us. For all those that are not present in the film, we thank you for all the work you have done with us and we hope to see you again soon. In the meantime, keep up your work as agents of change in your new community. We are proud to have you in the ASCP family. Cheers, to ten and here’s to many more!
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The Winter/Spring 2022 edition of the Environmental Justice Book Club will be on Tuesdays 6:30-7:45pm, starting February 15th (and running every other week until April 12). This semester the group will be reading Dianne Glave's Rooted in the Earth: Reclaiming the African American Environmental Heritage. We believe that Glave's book will be an excellent way to engage Black History Month while also digging deeper into legacies of environmental racism/injustice and environmental and social justice. Anyone who is interested, please complete this quick form:
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Take our Survey!

We want you to weigh in on what our next sustainability project will be. Click or tap the button below and help us decide where student fees should go for the upcoming year!

Say “hello” to our wonderful staff from left to right and top to bottom:
  • Connor Weber
  • Girija Kulkarni
  • Chris Herr
  • Rylee McCone
  • Veronica Minster
  • Evan Pierpont
  • Cassy Cadwallader
Interested in learning more about how we all help to reduce the ecological impact and dependence on fossil fuels? Check out our team page!
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Come one, come all—events are in full swing! We're excited to announce upcoming volunteer activities, educational workshops, and opportunities to connect with our greater campus community. Come help the ASCP and our partner organizations support things like the campus' zero waste vision, transition to alternative transportation, and survey student sustainability interests. Register for events by clicking the links below or contacting
Every other Tuesday @ 6:30pm via Zoom
February 8, 2022 @ 1:00pm 
February 10, 2022 @ 11:00am
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Our Sustainability Workshop Series will resume in the Spring Semester!
To learn more and sign up, visit our workshops page!
Note: CU Denver students have an opportunity to earn a Sustainability Certificate.
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