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The university will be an environmentally literate community whose members think critically and act, individually and collectively, as model stewards of the natural world. – A JMU Defining Characteristic


What is JMU doing?

Environmental stewardship at JMU is a defining characteristic:
The university will be an environmentally literate community whose members think critically and act, individually and collectively, as model stewards of the natural world.

Our three campus goals are:
1. Minimizing materials impact, emissions, toxins, solid waste, and consumption
2. Conserving, stewarding, and restoring natural systems
3. Advancing environmental literacy and engagement through research, education, and community programs

JMU has signed the Talloires Declaration and the American College & University President’s Climate Commitment (ACUPCC).  A campus emissions inventory has been completed and a climate action report submittedJMU has adopted a variety of environmentally responsible policies and practices.

Select an area below for more details on JMU's efforts.

Policies

Dining

Waste Management

Stormwater Management

Faculty Innovation

Transportation

JMU Affiliation

JMU is a member of the following environmental organizations: