The Environmental and Sustainability Commission has been a part of Student Government for the past 6 years and was renewed again for 2017-18 by President Payne with the signing of Executive Order 103-02.
This Commission is tasked with finding ways to make EMU more eco-friendly. The Commission will be working on initiatives such as:
Educate students on individual impact and reducing personal waste
Improve recycling operations
Reduce food waste and help dining improve efficiency
Promote energy reduction across campus
Advising student organizations of how to make their events waste free
For more information on the Commission, or if you would like to get involved by joining the Commission please contact Leah Vanlandingham (), the Director of Sustainability.
Contact Director of Sustainability Leah Vanlandingham
Sustainability is "A process of change in which the exploitation of resources, the direction of investments, the orientation of technological development and institutional change are all in harmony and enhance both current and future potential to meet human needs and aspirations" -The World Commission on Environment and Development
Past Accomplishments and Events
Education and aiding students in sustainability related projects
In addition to a bike fixing station outside of the Student Center, We have kickstarted the EMU Bike Share initiative!
Return of Halal meat on campus
Numerous campus clean ups