CU Environmental Center

The CU Environmental Center is the nation's largest and most accomplished student-led center of its kind. By translating student leadership into action and engaging the campus community, the Center helps CU-Boulder to become a global leader in sustainability.

What's Happening

 In the summer of 2015, CU-Boulder will install the University’s first landscape designed for and dedicated to pollinators.  The first phase was installed along Broadway and the bike path from 18th St to the Regent bus stop.  Future phases are in

Click here to view the special edition of our newsletter featuring Earth Month Events for 2015!

Dinner and Droughts: How We Can Save Water with Mindful Eating

By Zoë Sigle

CU-Boulder’s annual sustainability awards program started in 1997.  Outstanding efforts make CU-Boulder’s successful and challenging approaches to attaining sustainability possible.

Sustainable CU Grants are now available. For 2014-2015, approximately $150,000 is available for disbursement in two funding cycles depending on the size of the project. 


MONDAY, MAY 4, 2015

April 23, Norlin Lawn

April 22


UMC South Terrace

April 22, 10:00AM-3:00PM on Main Campus

CU-Boulder Campus Sustainability Summit

In Memory of Dr. Al Bartlett

Friday, April 17, 2015

UMC Aspen Rooms (note location change)

CU Environmental Center staff member Taylor Cannon interviewed Dr. McNie about her life, career and passions for this issue of the Monthly Newsletter.