Interested in Sustainability on Stanford's Campus?
Students for a Sustainable Stanford works to ensure that environmental sustainability is a core principle behind social, structural, and educational development in our university and wider community. Since its founding in 2000, SSS has grown and evolved into one of the most prominent environmentally-focused student groups on campus. We work on diverse issues such as climate change, environmental justice, water, waste, and more, and pursue initiatives and outreach efforts to build a more just and sustainable world. In 2010, we became an official student-led program of the Haas Center.
Further details on the formation of SSS and how it has grown are available here:
Weekly Monday meetings at 9pm, Haas Center DK Room
We announce events happening that week and get updates from subgroups before breaking out into smaller groups to work on projects.
Get Involved: New members always welcome!
Anyone and everyone can contribute ideas of new ways we can work on making Stanford more sustainable.