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Associated Mennonite Biblical Seminary
AMBS is part of the Seminary Stewardship Alliance, a consortium of schools dedicated to reconnecting Christians with the bibical call to care for God’s creation. Six acres of the campus have been restored to native grasses and the library building earned a LEED gold rating. The seminary sponsors Rooted and Grounded, a conference on land and Christian discipleship. It also offers students an environmental sustainability concentration in partnership with Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College.AMBS Creation Care Page
Canadian Mennonite University
In late 2016, Canadian Mennonite University (CMU) announced the creation of the Centre for Ecological and Economic Resilience. The new centre will develop policy and design and support innovations for a resilient economy that improves social equity and environmental protection. In 2017, acclaimed atmospheric scientist Dr. Katharine Hayhoe is serving as CMU’s Scientist in Residence.Centre for Ecological and Economic Resilience
Eastern Mennonite University
Eastern Mennonite University has a 20-year climate action plan that should enable the school to achieve climate neutrality by 2035. Students can major in environmental sustainability, live in a LEED certified dorm or work in the campus gardens. Dining hall waste is transported by bicycle and composted.EMU sustainability page
At Goshen College, students can major in Environmental Science, Sustainable Food Systems, Sustainability Studies or Sustainability Management. At Merry Lea–the school’s 1,189-acre nature preserve–students can pursue summer research, choose from two semesters in residence open to students from any school or simply get away for a day of hiking.GC Sustainability Page