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Sustainability Student Organizations

Ablehawks and Allies
Ad Astra
Air and Waste Management Association
Alternative Breaks
Alternative Energy Society
American Institute of Architecture Students
American Society for Heating, Refrigeration, and Air-Conditioning
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Amnesty International @ KU
Association of Water and Environment
Bioengineering Student Council
Center for Community Outreach
Clinton Global Initiative at the University of Kansas
Commission on the Status of Women
Compassion for All Animals
Concerned, Active, and Aware Students
Cycling Club
Daily Bread
EcoJustice of ECM
Ecumenical Christian Ministries
KU Energy Club
Engineering Student Council
Engineers Without Borders
Environmental Action to Revitalize the Heartland
Environmental Law Society
First Nations Student Association
Geography Club
GROW Community Garden Project
KU Habitat for Humanity
Jubilee Cafe
Kansas Sustainability Initiative
KU Biology Club
KU Ecology Club
KU Greeks Going Green
KU Recycling
KU Student Farm
KU Wellness Through Nutrition
Lawrence Fair Food
Lawrence Fair Trade
Lawrence Fruit Tree Project
KU Net Impact
Native Faculty and Staff Council
Peace Corp
Public Interest Law Society
Queers and Allies
Recycle and Blue, KU
Student Coalition for Immigrant Rights
Student Environmental Advisory Board
Students for Green Chemistry and Engineering
Support for Local Organic Farms
Transportation Research Institute
United Students Against Sweatshops KU
Urban Planning Department
KU Chapter US Green Building Council

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