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Share MSU's energy transition process and lessons learned

As organizations struggle with energy challenges worldwide, MSU’s inclusive, systematic approach will become a model for organizations and communities. MSU has the population and infrastructure of a small city. If our campus can successfully reduce emissions and move to renewable energy, we will become an example for many communities in the future.

The Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) believes that leadership for sustainability initiatives must come from higher education. MSU is the ideal place to demonstrate energy solutions that can be applied broadly and across communities. The campus will be an incubator for new technologies, outreach, engagement and education.

As we work toward our vision, MSU will share its processes and outcomes with the greater community through conferences, workshops, community dialogue and other means.