Lehigh recognizes its responsibility to be a model sustainable campus and to contribute to the health of the planet as a whole. As a result, there are a number of opportunities for you to refine your leadership skills through Lehigh clubs and groups that promote environmental, social, and economic sustainability. Whether you are harvesting honey from the beehives on Mountaintop Campus with the Beekeeping Club, working in community gardens with Community Growers, or participating in a divestment demonstration with Green Action, your vibrant and transformative ideas will help to address key issues, both locally and globally, develop and implement innovative sustainable solutions to our greatest challenges, and help build a campus community for the 21st Century. You can make an impact through your participation in clubs and groups both here at Lehigh and beyond!
Looks to promote the sustainability of the world's honeybee population by discussing the importance of honeybees.
Community Growers Garden Club
Aims to take an innovative approach to community building and sustainable practices through the lens of the permaculture movement.
Engineers Without Borders (EWB)
EWB is a multidisciplinary group of students, from all majors and programs, dedicated to learning about and tackling issues of global poverty, international development, and sustainability.
Raises awareness of environmental issues on Lehigh's campus, encourages administration and students to participate in eco-friendly programs, and promotes sustainability on campus and within the community.
Society for Environmental Scientists
Club designed to mentor younger students, an outlet for academic discourse and exchange, and a place to discuss current problems, events, and the like.