Sustainability is a key part of the ACU Mission to promote the common good and social justice. The University recognises its responsibility to cut its environmental impact and place sustainability into its decision making, teaching and research.

ACU is taking a range of actions to reduce its environmental impacts through energy efficiency, water conservation, recycling and re-use of its waste, and constructing sustainable buildings.

ACU is also taking action on climate change. In 2021, ACU’s Australian campuses became powered by 100% renewable electricity, and in 2022, ACU will become a certified carbon neutral under the Federal Government’s Climate Active scheme.

If you are an ACU student or staff member, you can find out more about our sustainability programs, including what you can do to help ACU become a more sustainable University.

Visit our staff sustainability site

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