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Solar Panels

Current temperatures
Solar panel: 33.6°C
Water tank: 31.4°C
Savings since Jan. 19, 2011
Energy: 209.83 GJ
Carbon: 1,028.15 KG
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Hosted by Augustana's Green Campus Committee, this site will help you share sustainability ideas and projects, discover what’s happening to green the campus, and learn a bit about reducing your impact on the planet.

New Opportunity! Earn a Certificate in Sustainability while you complete your undergraduate degree. This certificate allows you to take courses, mostly within your faculty, that build your knowledge, capability and connections in sustainability. You will find it fun and important, and you will learn how to contribute to the world you wish to see.

Find out more about the Certificate


Sustainability Fair
October 07

Augustana Sustainability Fair Tuesday, October 20 10 am – 3 pm sustainability.ualberta.ca/saw



It’s time for neglected rural reinvestment
October 02

"Despite the vital role of rural places in this country we have ignored rural Canada and run down the capital invested in rural regions by previous generations." - State of Rural Canada report


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Augustana expands Sustainability 101 program
October 02

The open-enrolment professional training on sustainable rural management is expanding after a sold-out summer pilot season.


Augustana Waste Sort
October 02

Each semester, Augustana students participate in a waste sort to determine how well our recycling and waste diversion systems are working and to identify where we need change or improvement to uphold our campus-wide commitment to sustainable practices. Over the years, this waste sort has shown us just how much of Augustana’s total waste could …


Sustainability Career Forum
September 30

CaPS Career Forum presents: Careers in Sustainability Tuesday, October 20 from 5 pm to 7 pm LIB 2-102


Quick Tip: Buy organic & you'll lower your exposer to pesticides by about 90%. [ Source ]