Texas A&M University has been recognized at a national level for its campus sustainability efforts in the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability’s (AASHE) 2017 Higher Education Sustainable Campus Index as a top performer in research and a “gold” performer overall.
“At a time when institutions in the public and private sector are looking for sustainability solutions, I applaud the Sustainability Advisory Council (SAC) for their work ensuring that the state of Texas, the nation and the world can look to Texas A&M University as a leader in this arena,” Texas A&M President Michael K. Young said. “I would also like to thank our students, faculty and staff who made this recognition possible by committing themselves to creating a cleaner, greener and more efficient campus that will benefit generations of future Aggies.”
Out of more than 280 universities surveyed, Texas A&M
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