The University of Notre Dame currently has five environmentally-focused clubs for you to join and become more involved with sustainability happening on and around campus.
Environmental Applications Club
The Environmental Applications Club intends to provide resources to those across all colleges who are interested in developing ideas that benefit the environment, especially those ideas pertaining to the three C's (climate change, conservation, and clean energy). The Environmental Applications Club works toward its goals by:
A) Hosting the annual "C-Prize" competition - a start-up competition where participants pitch their ideas to secure funding from private investors.
B) Inviting speakers to discuss current environmental issues that they are dealing with in their respective professional field.
C) Convening in regular meetings of the whole Club to assist in the development and promotion of ideas and disseminate resources.
D) Connecting members with each other, alumni, and others across campus and the community to promote mutually beneficial relationships.
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- Instagram: @environmentalapplicationsnd
Environmental Engineering Society of Notre Dame
The purpose of this organization is to: Encourage communication among student members, faculty, and administration; increase interest in the fields of environmental science and environmental engineering among the Notre Dame student body; promote interactions between professionals and students; further career and professional development of Club members with an emphasis on the environmental engineering field; and provide education about water quality and related environmental issues.
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Environmental Law Society of Notre Dame
The Environmental Law Society is a club dedicated to law topics with environmental interests.
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GreeND intends to foster leadership and provide a means of communication and collaboration among environmentally-related student groups. GreeND works toward its goals by: Meeting monthly to discuss campus environmental issues; sending out weekly newsletters through the EnvironmentallyAware listserv to interested members of the student body informing the student body of environmentally-related events on campus; and supporting events, such as Energy Week and Earth Week, sponsored by related student groups and offices.
- Instagram: @go_greend
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The Herbivore Society
The Herbivore Society intends to advocate for interspecies compassion, primarily through the promotion of plant-based diets. The Herbivore Society will work towards its goal by: Advocating for increased availability of meals without animal products on campus; educating the student body on the ethical and environmental concerns associated with the consumption of animal products and all forms of animal exploitation; and hosting events that promote the building of a community of vegans and vegetarians on the University of Notre Dame's campus.
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