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Sustainability Network Memberships

Dalhousie benefits from valuable sustainability networks

Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)

Dalhousie is a member of AASHE, a large organization of colleges and universities that are working to advance sustainability in higher education. There are many benefits of AASHE membership for Dalhousie students and employees.

Canadian Alliance of College and University Sustainability Professionals (CUSP)

Dalhousie is a member of CUSP. The idea for CUSP was formed at an Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) 2008 conference session chaired by UBC. The CUSP Steering Committee is an informal, flexible group formed from representation of regional networks across Canada.

Atlantic Canada Universities and Colleges Sustainability Network (AUCSN)

Dalhousie is member of AUCSN, created in 2008 to facilitate information sharing and cooperative initiatives among post-secondary institutions in the region.

Membership is open to the universities and community colleges located in Atlantic Canada. Institutions are represented primarily by staff responsible for sustainability initiatives on campus. Interuniversity Services Inc. serves as the administrative partner for the organization.

Post Landill Action Network (PLAN)

Dalhousie is a member of PLAN, a grass roots organization that supports campus zero waste movements. We are the first Canadian university to become a part of PLAN's network, joining dozens of other US schools.

The Northeast Campus Sustainability Consortium (NECSC)

Dalhousie is a member of NECSC which was established in October 2004 to advance education and action for sustainable development on university campuses in the northeast and maritime region.

Organized around the UN Decade of Education for Sustainable Development, the NECSC members have committed to an annual meeting that advances campus sustainability by providing close networking opportunities, professional development, and access to the areas vibrant and growing college and university sustainability practitioner community.

The NECSC represents more than forty institutions of higher education from the northeast United States and Eastern Canadian Provinces.