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HUMANnature wouldn't be possilbe without the extensive support of CSU's community of sustainability centers, programs and initiatives.

Current Partner Organizations

The Center for the Advancement of Sustainable Enterprise: CASE's mission is to integrate knowledge across disciplines; to educate entrepreneurs; to incubate new ventures; and to grow sustainable enterprises in the United States and in the developing world.

The Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative: The Global Soil Biodiversity Initiative was launched in September 2011 and is open to all those interested in developing a coherent platform for promoting the translation of expert knowledge on soil biodiversity into environmental policy and sustainable land management for the protection and enhancement of ecosystem services.

The Institute for Society, Landscape, and Ecosystem Change: The Institute for Society, Landscape, and Ecosystem Change (ISLEC) provides a forum through which local people, scientists, policy makers and the interested public can address this seminal question.

The International Network for Sustainable Peace and Development: The International Network for Sustainable Peace and Development was launched to build on current research to become a “Model” for promoting ideas, new knowledge, exchanges, training, education, and projects that support sustainable peace, development and social justice in schools, colleges, universities, and communities in the United States, Burundi, Northern Ireland, and elsewhere where conflicts or threats of violence undermine the well-being of communities, the environment, and the economy.

Wild Ones: Wild Ones is an education project designed to connect elementary students with environmental science and promote critical thinking from wild perspectives – starting with the 2, 663-mile Pacific Crest Trail (PCT).


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Climbers & Bats GCRT

This research team creates a working group of rock climbing interest groups, CSU biologists and human dimension specialists, and CSU students to strategically collect information on bat roost locations and share bat conservation information with the climbing community. View details of their GCRT here and their blog entry here.

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