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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

News

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Students excel at community projects
May 17

This year, Augustana's CSL program is a finalist for an Alberta Emerald Award!

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uAlberta Sustainability Leadership Award winners
May 16

The Augustana Chaplaincy and Glen Hvenegaard were recognized at the University of Alberta's Sustainability Awards!

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L to R: Corinne McGirr, County of Vermilion River Economic Development Officer, AEE Program Coordinator Kelaine Brand, and Laurie Watt, Kneehill County Director of Municipal Services

Sustainability 101 program produces its first “graduates”
May 11

On April 27, Augustana Extended Education hosted its fifth unique course in the five-course Sustainability 101 program.

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27Feb -Prairie Peace Convergence Conference

Prairie Peace Convergence conference this weekend
February 26

What if a community could create the better world it wished for, where all people, communities and ecosystems could live well?

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Prairie Peace Convergence Conference
February 09

The Prairie Peace Convergence: A transformative education for all people, lands and generations What if a community could create the better world it wished for, where all people, communities and ecosystems could live well? Each person, animal, vegetable and mineral valued; essential to the whole. What if living vocationally was the way one contributed to …

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