The Bucknell University Green Fund provides start-up money for sustainability projects that are proposed and implemented by students, faculty and staff.
Learn more about our mission, goals and structure.
Many other colleges and universities have established successful green funds, including the Carleton College Sustainability Revolving Fund, the University of Vermont Clean Energy Fund, the Harvard Green Campus Loan Fund, the Macalester College Clean Energy Revolving Fund, and the University of Michigan Energy Conservation Measures Fund.
The savings in the infographic cover the seven year period the underlying project pays back into the Green Fund and includes projected future savings.
Students, faculty, and staff are welcome to submit sustainability project proposals for funding consideration by the Bucknell Green Fund.
Proposals are reviewed by the Bucknell Green Fund Committee and campus energy manager Steve Durfee. They have oversight responsibility and final governance for project approvals.
The Green Fund itself is sustainable — savings from approved projects are reinvested in the fund, and then more projects are funded.
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