Campus Sustainability Green Funds Database

AASHE's Campus Sustainability Green Fund database contains information on 154 green funds at 136 institutions.

About Campus Sustainability Green Funds

A campus green fund, also called a campus sustainability fund, is a financial mechanism dedicated to the funding of projects such as renewable energy installations, energy retrofits, educational outreach and the hiring of sustainability personnel occurring on campus and for the benefit of an institution’s sustainability efforts. Student fees, alumni donations, administrative budgets, and grants are the main sources of funding for green funds.

About the Database

AASHE's Campus Green Funds Database indexes a variety of green funds that are used to pay for campus sustainability projects. Special thanks to Mieko Ozeki from the University of Vermont Sustainability Office for sharing her resources and expertise in the development of this database. For information on Campus Sustainability Revolving Funds visit that database here.

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Don't see a campus green fund from your campus? Add it! Anyone can submit new funds or update information in the database.