Sustainability Groups On and Off Campus
Sustainability Groups for MSU Employees
Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee (CSAC)
Former president Geoff Gamble created the Campus Sustainability Advisory Committee (CSAC) to guide the university in meeting and exceeding the requirements of the University Presidents Climate Commitment while positioning Montana State University as a true leader in energy and resource management, research, education and outreach. The committee is comprised of faculty, students and staff and they meet regularly throughout the year. Visit the CSAC website to view a complete list of members, meeting minutes, and additional information.
The Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Group
The TDM group is an informal meeting of MSU professionals from a variety of departments and disciplines. These include Facility Services, Campus Planning & Design, Parking Services, The Office of Sustainability, Western Transportation Institute (WTI), Outdoor Recreation, and University Police. This group facilitates and manages a plethora of campus-wide transportation education and infrastructure projects and encourages a multi-discipline approach to addressing transportation issues. The TDM group also provides recomendations and export advice to the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC).
Sustainability Groups for Students
Montana State University is home to hundreds of student organizations, many of which are focused on sustainability. Visit CatsConnect to browse student organizations and connect with students that have similar interests! Use keywords like "sustainability", "environment", and "earth", to help with your search.