Campus Sustainability

A person walking on a path.

Sustainability in the Holistic Spirit of Integral Ecology

鶹AV’s aspiration to lead on sustainability and environmental justice was reinforced by the “Reigniting Our Strategic Directions (2022–2027)” foundational goal to institutional participation in Pope Francis’ Seven-year Journey toward Integral Ecology through the Laudato Si' Action Platform (LSAP), putting concrete action behind the goals outlined by the . 鶹AV also uses the  aԻ  as frameworks for measuring progress and identifying the university's contributions towards taking action for people, planet and prosperity.

鶹AV’s Definition of Sustainability (2023): 

We define sustainability as meeting the needs of present and future generations through actions that support human and ecological health, social justice, and economic well-being. 

鶹AV’s LSAP Vision (2023): 

At 鶹AV, we are committed to an ecological conversion that opens minds and hearts to the sacred task of caring for our common home. This commitment is rooted in ethical responsibility and solidarity between all peoples and future generations. We envision sustainability in the holistic spirit of integral ecology and will adopt institutional practices that are socially just, support human and ecological health and promote economic well-being. 

 

Learn more

Contact Us

Center for Environmental Justice & Sustainability

901 12th Avenue, Bannan Center BANN#480