One Million Acts of Green is a tool for CU-Boulder students, faculty, staff and alumni to build individual sustainability plans, track and report progress, and see the impact of their commitments and measure carbon footprint reduction. There are more than 100 sustainability actions to choose from. Participants may select eco-friendly actions they do at home and/or on campus and those that they plan to do.
The CU-Boulder One Million Acts of Green platform is now available for ALL CU-Boulder faculty, staff, students and alumni. For each faculty, staff or student who participates in One Million Acts of Green, the University of Colorado at Boulder will also work to further improve its carbon footprint and sustainability performance.
The Office of Campus Sustainability will match each new participant (up to 500 faculty and staff and up to 500 students) by committing funding of $10/participant toward campus sustainability projects, up to a total of $10,000. Participants will receive a brief follow up questionnaire after creating their One Million Acts of Green profile. On this follow-up survey, participants may select what types of projects and issues are of highest interest to fund. These preferences will help the campus better understand where to focus sustainability efforts and funding.
Get started today! View the Instructions tab on the One Million Acts of Green platform for more information and for suggested actions.