Sustainability is the intersection of ecological balance, social justice and economic durability. Concordia recognizes that these three facets of life are interconnected, interdependent and necessary for thriving, maintainable societies.
Our students and faculty are leading efforts to reduce energy usage and food waste, grow and serve some of our own food and offer greener forms of transportation for our campus community.
Organic Garden Blog
Keeps tabs on the growing produce and learn about the research that the Cornucopia interns complete.Fresh Dirt Blog
Concordia Dining Services limits food waste by: sending produce trimmings to Jones Science Center for animal consumption; trayless dining in Anderson Commons; and donating overproduced food to the Great Plains Food Bank.Learn More
Fifty percent of Concordia's electricity is provided by renewable energy. Hydroelectric power is generated from dams along the Missouri River. Wind power is acquired from turbines in Rugby, N.D. and Worthington, Marshall and Odin, Minn.Additional Facilities Initiatives
Eco-Reps, short for Eco-Representatives, is a program of Residence Life that seeks to support student leaders, and to invite all students to engage with issues related to sustainability.Get Involved