Want to make a difference? Consider joining one of the many student groups on campus working on issues related to sustainability.
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Purpose: Earth Strike is a chapter of Earth Strike Intl., a grassroots, climate activist movement – by the people, for the people. They are fighting for immediate, unambiguous, and binding agreements designed to curb carbon emissions 80% by 2030, while investing in renewable energy, transitioning to a 100% renewable economy, and engage in regenerative practices to plant the seeds of new growth for our already damaged planet.
AU Involve: Earth Strike
Website: AU Earth Strike
Purpose: To raise awareness and funds in response to the bee crisis and support local beekeepers in Auburn.
AU Involve: For the Bees
Purpose: To introduce and promote the knowledge of geographical issues and our ability to alter the relationship between human societies and the environment in a positive way. Membership is not restricted to Geography Students students.
AU Involve: Geography Student Organization
Facebook: Geography Student Organization
Purpose: To promote horticultural activities including promoting the profession of horticulture, sponsoring horticultural activities, encouraging fellowship among membership with kindred interests, and improving and promoting horticultural plant production via research, teaching, extension, and service activities.
AU Involve: Horticulture Club
Facebook: Horticulture Club
Purpose: To bring people together who have a common love for our world’s oceans. Monthly meetings and field trips help expose members to a variety of topics and career paths in the marine biology field. While many members are marine biology majors, anyone interested may join!
AU Involve: Marine Biology Club
Purpose: To provide hands-on education about natural growing methods for edible and medicinal plants as well as search out and bring together different natural growing methods to maximize efficiency of farming techniques.
AU Involve: Organic Garden Club
Website: Organic Garden Club
Facebook: Organic Garden Club at Auburn University
Purpose: To open minds to the idea of a plant-based vegan diet at Auburn, to educate people of the multiple existing reasons to go vegan (morals, health, and environment, etc); and create a welcoming environment for existing vegan students at Auburn. You aren’t required to be vegan, vegetarian or have any specific lifestyle in order to be a member of this club.
AUinvolve: Plant-Based Plainsman
Instagram: Plant-Based Plainsman
Purpose: To positively impact our community on a local and global scale by bringing together undergraduate, graduate, and faculty who are interested in the discussion, experience, and practice of natural resource management.
AU Involve: Society for Natural Resources
Website: Society for Natural Resources
Facebook: The Society for Natural Resources
Purpose: The goal of Spectrum: Auburn University’s Gay-Straight Alliance, otherwise known as just Spectrum, is to promote mutually supportive relationships among all students in the interest of advancing campus and community diversity. Spectrum serves as a safe place for students who are part of gender, sexual, and romantic minorities (GSRMs), those who are still discovering themselves, and their allies to gather and discuss topics that relate to them, as well as establish an environment free from discrimination based on sexual orientation as well as gender identity and expression. All are welcome, and all meetings are confidential!
AU Involve: Spectrum
AU Involve: The Campus Kitchen at AU
Website: The Campus Kitchen at AU