Welcome to the Center for Sustainability
Green Gus with CfS Director Lissa Leege
Welcome to the Center for Sustainability (CfS) at Georgia Southern University. What is Sustainability? Sustainability is often defined as the ability to meet present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. In other words, sustainability requires careful use of our resources, including water, air, energy, biodiversity, soil, etc. so they will be in adequate supply for the foreseeable future. Calculate your ecological footprint to find out if you’re living a sustainable life.
Congratulations to our 2017 Green Eagle Award Winners!
Congratulations to our 2017 Green Eagles! From left to right are Dr. Carolyn Bryan of the Music Department (faculty), Alicia Lanier, Campus Grounds (Staff), Guy Brandon Hobbs (student), Dr. Lissa Leege (Director, CfS), and Steven Watkins, Energy Manager (staff).
FY2018 Sustainability Fee Grant Winners Announced
The Center for Sustainability (CfS) announced 11 winners for the 2018 Sustainability Fee Grants. This year, CfS received 31 proposals requesting more than $680,000. Of the 31 proposed projects, 11 were approved, and nearly $200,000 was awarded. See the full list here.
Faculty Resource List Available
CfS offers tours and presentations, grants, films, speakers, programs and much more. Download a list of resources available for faculty in course planning here.
Online Sign-up for Field Trips and Volunteer Opportunities
Want help make our community more sustainable or participate in a field trip? We need volunteers for tailgate recycling at the home football games! Use our online interface to sign up for our many sustainability opportunities. Click here to sign up
or find out more under Get Involved in the Programs tab.