Sustainability at Illinois Wesleyan
The University's GREENetwork is open to students, faculty and staff. Visit the GREENetwork blog for sustainability events, tips and updates.
The Environmental Studies Program, offering a major or minor in Environmental Studies, also seeks to inform and influence the University community.
Campus Tree Map is a guide to the campus arboretum.
Find information on environmental organizations in Central Illinois, including volunteer and internship opportunities.
Sierra Student Coalition
Browse all Registered Student Organizations
The Minor Myers, jr. Welcome Center at Illinois Wesleyan was awarded silver certification as a LEED Green Building.
In addition to signing the Talloires Declaration — an action plan for incorporating sustainability into all aspects of the University — President Richard F. Wilson signed the Illinois Sustainable Universities Compact, which includes a commitment to sustainable building practices.
All future construction at Illinois Wesleyan will fulfill green building standards.
LEED and related logo is a trademark owned by the U.S. Green Building Council and is used by permission.
In the News
The IWU Peace Garden is among recipients of grants from the McLean County Wellness Coalition. Also reported by WJBC radio.
Wesleyan students conducted a rally to oppose the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Ithaca (N.Y.) Independent
Ecologist Sandra Steingraber '81 was named the 2012 Person of the Year by the sustainability website Treehugger.
Illinois Sustainable Living and Wellness Expo
Exhibitors promoting personal health and environmentally sustainable living will gather at the Shirk Center on Saturday, April 13 for the Illinois Sustainable Living and Wellness Expo.
Illinois Wesleyan Joins Composting Effort
Thousands of pounds of food waste generated in the campus kitchen and dining hall have been rerouted from area landfills to a local farm through a new composting initiative.
Environmentalist Alumna Speaks, Donates Papers
Sandra Steingraber '81 returned to her alma mater to donate her papers to a new special collection at The Ames Library, and to discuss her writings that bring awareness to the link between cancer and the environment.
Bleeding Green: RecycleMania Strengthens Sustainability at IWU
IWU Magazine Traces Campus Steps Toward Sustainability