CAMPUS SUSTAINABILITY MAP
Working closely with the College's Sustainability Office, students created an interactive sustainability database and map of green initiatives, programs, and features of campus. The map highlights student sustainability activities and groups (green labs, green offices, environmental education and outreach, academics), aspects of the built environment (LEED certified buildings, solar panels, green design, power plants, energy projects, water projects, green roofs), landscape features (rain gardens, wildlife habitat, biodiversity, pollinating hot spots), sustainable dining initiatives (campus farm, food waste diversion, composting, water bottle refill stations), green transportation information (bike racks, electric vehicle charging stations, bike repair shop, bus stops), waste diversion and recycling efforts (recycling centers, freestore), renewable energy projects (geothermal, energy efficiency projects), recreational opportunities (kayaks, hiking trails, biking trails, picnic areas, outdoor classrooms), and more.
Discover and explore the myriad and exciting ways SMCM supports, promotes, and advances sustainability on campus with this interactive map produced by students in the Environmental Studies Program's Applied Sustainability Practicum in Fall 2017.
Add or subtract map layers by selecting topics from map legend.
Click on individual map icons for detailed information and photos.