The Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC) is a coalition of students, faculty, and staff committed to increasing sustainable behaviors on campus and fostering individual responsibility for living sustainably. It is made up of five subcommittees that measure Puget Sound’s sustainability in the fields of climate, consumption, curriculum, and outreach.

SAC welcomes applications for pilot projects that will advance the university’s sustainability efforts and improve the university’s rating under the Sustainability Tracking and Rating System (STARS). A pilot project is a well-designed experiment on a small scale with measurable outcomes that enables evaluation regarding wider institutional adoption after the conclusion of the grant.

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