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By James Shelley, Assistant Director of Facilities, William Paterson University
(This article appears in the May, 2012 issue of The ACUPCC Implementer)

The ACUPCC

William Paterson University is proud to provide a positive example of climate leadership for our 11,500 students while leading by example for our surrounding community. The University’s campus-wide solar panel installation is a dramatic and visible sign of our commitment, ranking among the top ten largest installations in the United States. William Paterson has integrated sustainability across the curriculum, with a new bachelor’s degree in environmental sustainability. The degree unites tangible study and research, and includes courses in environmental science, biology, chemistry, mathematics, law, political science, and economics. Graduates will be prepared with the interdisciplinary skills needed for careers in sustainability across multiple job sectors. In creating our video, we took a student-focused “day in the life” format as a creative and artistic way to highlight many of our efforts and activities in sustainability.

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2012 Second Nature Climate Leadership Awards

Recognizing Innovation and Excellence in Climate Leadership at Signatory Institutions of the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment

The Climate Leadership Awards highlight campus innovation and climate leadership to transition society to a clean, just, and sustainable future, and are chosen from ACUPCC signatory institutions in good standing via a nomination process.  This year marks the third annual Climate Leadership Awards, and Second Nature is proud to announce this year’s Finalists, who will advance on to be considered for a 2012 Award.

2012 Finalists for Institutional Excellence in Climate Leadership

  • Doctorate Granting University
    Arizona State University, AZ
    Georgia Institute of Technology, GA
    New York University, NY
    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL
    University of South Florida, FL
  • Master’s Colleges & University
    Florida Gulf Coast University, FL
    Goddard College, VT
    University of Central Missouri, MO
    William Paterson University of New Jersey, NJ
  • Baccalaureate College
    Allegheny College, PA
    Carleton College, MN
    Luther College, IA
    Spelman College, GA
  • Associate/Tribal College
    Austin Community College District, TX
    Chandler – Gilbert Community College, AZ
    Glendale Community College, AZ
    Haywood Community College, NC
  • Special Focus Institutions / Other 
    Pratt Institute and PALS, NY
    SUNY Upstate Medical University, NY
    University of California System,CA

Second Nature is proud to be announcing the awards winners of the 3rd Annual Climate Leadership Awards at the 6th annual Climate Leadership Summit of the American College & University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) on June 21-22, 2012 in Washington, D.C.

In partnership with Planet Forward, all finalists will be featured in a public voting competition from March 15th – April 15th 2012, where viewers can vote on the most innovative and ground-breaking institution in each Carnegie Classification. Campuses with the top votes at the end of April will be featured in a variety of media opportunities. More information on the voting competition will be posted soon.

For more information: http://secondnature.org/awards/

View 2011 Climate Leadership Award Recipients
View 2010 Climate Leadership Award Recipients

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