Campuses for Change

EcoChallenge is a fun and social way to take measurable action on the issues you care about. Take the challenge, and see how a few weeks of learning and action can add up to a lifetime of positive change for you, your school, and the planet!
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Campus EcoChallenge is powered by Northwest Earth Institute, a sustainability organization that provides innovative social and digital tools designed to change the way individuals live in and interact with natural and built environments.

We envision a world where everyone has the hunger and power to collectively learn and act on solutions to transform environmental and social systems, and heal our connection to each other and Earth. Learn More > >

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  • September 20 at 1:51 PM
    We are so far removed from the processes it takes to produce our food and other goods.  Additionally, we are very far removed from where our waste ends up once we are done with something.  This can even be to the extent that we are engaging in global trade for products and waste.  By learning about these impacts, we can recognize our...
  • September 20 at 1:47 PM
    Immediately, I could stop using paper towels outside of work.  I need my hands to be dry quickly at work, but not necessarily in other contexts.
  • September 20 at 1:46 PM
    Nature is a social construct.  Our cities aren't what we traditionally consider to be nature, but I would say that they are natural.  We made societies because we naturally favor them.  We made cities in order to help society function.  Everything we do goes back to natural products so all that we do can arguably be natural.  In this way, we...