The Princeton Sustainability Committee is a multi-stakeholder advisory community that meets monthly during the academic year for information-sharing, new idea generation, collaborative problem-solving, and the development of policy and practice recommendations. It serves to:
- Create a forum for faculty, students, and administrators to bring their perspectives to bear on intersecting social, economic and environmental objectives.
- Provide a mechanism for cross-fertilization of ideas and coordination of efforts.
- Encourage the implementation of evidence-based strategies.
- Recommend and justify to the administration policies and practices that can accelerate progress.
The final Princeton Sustainability Committee meeting of the academic year will feature a presentation titled “Becoming an ambassador for sustainability: how to message the long term gains amidst short term disruption” from Elke Weber, Gerhard R. Andlinger Professor in Energy and the Environment, Professor of Psychology and the School of Public and International Affairs.
PSC meetings are open to all Princeton students, faculty and staff.