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Join Clean Green Campuses


All New York State higher education institutions are eligible to become members of Clean Green Campuses. To join, complete the following fields and questions to the best of your ability and click submit. Contact [email protected] with any questions.

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Clean Green Campuses Member Agreement

As an institution of higher education, we recognize the unique position we are in to further clean energy adoption in New York State through our actions on campus, by training tomorrow's leaders, and by working with our local communities.

We wish to publicly state our clean energy intentions, and to do so we agree to become a member of the Clean Green Campuses. Our membership signals our commitment to advance clean energy initiatives, reduce our carbon footprint, and build a more resilient and sustainable future for New York State. 

By joining the Clean Green Campuses, we will strive to promote clean energy efforts in three areas:

  • Campus clean energy investment and greenhouse gas reduction
  • Clean energy curricula and research and development
  • Community engagement

We understand that as a member:

  • We will share our clean energy and carbon reduction progress with NYSERDA
  • We may receive targeted recognition and awards for progress toward and achievement of our clean energy goals
  • We will share our best practices and lessons learned with other colleges and universities
  • We will gain access to information on available resources to help us succeed
By submitting this form, you authorize NYSERDA to add you to the mailing lists and to share your information with other New York State government entities. Your information will not be shared outside of New York State government, and you reserve the right to unsubscribe at any time. All information is assumed to be business information and is therefore not subject to the protections of the Personal Privacy Law, N.Y. Pub. Off. Law § 91 et seq. Therefore, it may be disclosed to third parties via the Freedom of Information Law.