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Tuesday, October 25, 2022


The Campus Sustainability Fund Resource Guide is now live!

Over the past few months, we have been collaborating to compile CSF staff recommendations of various books, podcasts, documentaries, UW Seattle courses, articles, and people to learn from within intersectional environmentalism. The guide outlines various frameworks, principles, movements, and sources of knowledge that continue to inform our understanding of justice-centered sustainability. Examples of topics that will be covered include, but are not limited to community resilience, cultural sustainability, elevating BIPOC voices, environmental justice, Indigenous rights, and labor rights. 

The CSF Resource Guide is meant to serve as an introduction to intersectional sustainability and is a living document that will continuously be updated and added as we learn more from those around us. Our hope is for this guide to become a community-driven base of knowledge that can serve as the first step for those interested in learning beyond mainstream environmentalism and understanding sustainability from a justice-centered approach.

Click here to view the CSF Resource Guide. 

Read the guide