The Center for Sustainable Environments (CSE) is a national leader in university-based sustainability science. Its
programs address two critical issues challenging the survival of humanity and other
species on this planet:
- reducing the impacts of food production,
transport and processing on biodiversity, food security, water, and energy
- reducing the ecological impacts of energy use,
water use, and waste production associated with building, communities, and
County Board of Supervisors
District 1 Supervisor Carl Taylor is a strong supporter of the SUS program. He
is also the founder of the Coconino County Sustainable Economic Development
Coconino County Sustainable
Economic Development Initiative (SEDI)
SEDI fosters economic opportunities in Coconino County, Arizona, that promote
social equity, economic prosperity, and ecological health. SEDI focuses on six
types of development where there are significant opportunities for
sustainability. For each they have identified:
- action steps
- additional resources and opportunities
The Diablo Trust is a northern Arizona collaborative grassroots land
management team. The Trust began in 1993 when two long-time Arizona ranches,
the Bar-T-Bar and the Flying M, asked for assistance from the community to help
protect open spaces and healthy habitats.
The Ecological Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMA) is a user-inspired research, data collection, and dissemination service
for the natural and social sciences.
Environmental Communication Resource Center (ECRC) Housed in the Northern Arizona University School of Communication, ECRC
promotes scholarship, pedagogy, and public service in all aspects of
The Flagstaff Cultural
Partners (FCP) manages the Coconino Center for the Arts and serves as the re-granting
organization for the City of Flagstaff Art and Science Funds.
Flagstaff's Future (F3) The mission of F3 is to sustain and enhance the greater Flagstaff area’s
high quality of life through activism and advocacy of policies supporting a
Trust The mission of the Grand Canyon Trust is to protect and restore the canyon
country of the Colorado Plateau. Its vision for this unique region 100 years
from now is of a landscape still characterized by vast open spaces and
dominated by wildness and healthy and restored natural ecosystems.
Wildlands Council (GCWC) GCWC is a consortium of scientists and conservationists whose goal is to
protect and restore the native biodiversity and ecological processes of the
ecoregion surrounding the Grand Canyon.
for Environmental Research (MPCER) MPCER promotes interdisciplinary research throughout the region. It fosters
collaborations among scientists, land-managers, and educators to understand
environmental processes essential for functioning ecosystems and apply
scientific knowledge for the development of effective strategies that will
ensure intact ecosystems for future generations.
Community Culture and Environment (CC&E) CC&E provides opportunities for students, citizens, and community and
cultural organizations on the southern Colorado Plateau to work together in:
- collaborative workshops
- issue forums
- other sponsored activities
Willow Bend Environmental
Education Center Willow Bend offers place-based educational opportunities to Flagstaff
children, families, and educators.