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Sustainability: Campus and UH System Resources
A guide filled with useful resources about different types of sustainability.
As part of Earth Month (April), the Honolulu Community College Sustainability Committee created a Student Sustainability Newsletter to inform students of the ways they can be more environmentally aware, responsible and engaged.
This certificate provides students with an interdisciplinary understanding of core concepts in environmental and sustainability studies. Achieving this certificate connects students with an interest in sustainability to relevant courses, research, community-based applications, transfer opportunities and emerging career fields. This certificate will prepare students to pursue a UH system certificate and 4-year degree programs related to sustainability. Review the current campus schedules.
CCRT is the home to numerous units with a diverse but integrated array of interests and activities that support the overall goal of advancing ecology, evolution and conservation biology in Hawaii and the Pacific. The programs include research units such as the Hawaiian Evolutionary Biology Program, educational units such as the NSF IGERT (Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training), and facilities and technological units such as the Hawaii Biodiversity and Mapping Program. CCRT extends its influence through outreach programs such as the Hawaii Conservation Alliance.