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This year the Center is starting a new grant-funded program, which will allow us to engage more deeply in our mission of advocacy around climate issues: Mennonite Creation Care Advocacy Teams. The Mennonite Creation Care Advocacy Teams program is in partnership with the Sustainability Alumni Network (SAN), a group which “connects young adults on environmental initiatives, supports sustainability clubs at Mennonite colleges & universities, and amplifies members’ climate advocacy within the Mennonite Church and beyond”
Our newest cohort of Campus Sustainability Ambassadors have been hard at work this year putting on events on their campuses. Together, they have planned eight different events on their campuses, and reached over 300 students with their events. From increasing composting and recycling capabilities on campus, to leading student climate strikes, our Ambassadors have been inspiring their campuses to engage more fully with climate action. We can’t wait to see what they will do during

Climate Futures Fellowship Update

Posted on October 17, 2019

The more you know, the more you know you don’t know. While this saying may seem like a depressing way to begin a fellowship update, it has been a reminder to me over these past two months that every discovery is an opportunity to address a complex problem a little better than before. That may be the scientist in me talking, but it’s been an inspiring thought as I dive into the world of strategic